Audubon Alaska board members.
Audubon Alaska staff.
Teshekpuk Lake and the surrounding wetlands in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska support hundreds of thousands of nesting and migrating birds, like this female Red Phalarope.
Spectacled Eiders, an Alaska WatchList species, nest near Teshekpuk Lake in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
Map of Important Bird Areas of Alaska.
Uploaded by AudubonAlaska on Dec 15, 2009.
Matt Kirchhoff, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Alaska, describes the unusual life history of Southeast Alaskas signature seabirds — the Marbled Murrelet and the Kittlitzs Murrelet.
Brown Bear Cubs at Tongass National Forest.
Flock of Shearwaters at Unimak Pass.
Satellite view of Teshekpuk Lake
Teshekpuk Lake is located on the North Slope of Alaska and is one of the most ecologically important wetlands in the entire Arctic.