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Anchorage Audubon Society

Anchorage Audubon Society

The Anchorage Audubon Society offers bird watching field trips, meetings, newsletters, the bird hotline, and special events to highlight birds, wildlife, and conservation issues. The Anchorage Audubon Society chapter is a volunteer, non-profit organization. We focus on the conservation of southcentral Alaska ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations.

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Arctic Audubon Society

Arctic Audubon Society

The Arctic Audubon Society, a chapter of the National Audubon Society, was chartered in 1977.

Arctic Audubon has worked to protect Alaskan ecosystems by encouraging research, education, and management. We have consistently kept up-to-date on the conservation issues that face Alaska. Currently, we are most concerned with the Tanana Valley State Forest Management Plan, proposed oil and gas development in the Minto Flats southwest of Fairbanks, protection of critical habitat areas in the NPR-A, and responsible conservation of Alaska's wildlife refuges.

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A Birder's Guide to Alaska

A Birder's Guide to Alaska

A Birder's Guide to Alaska gives you the detailed information you need to find the Great Land's great birds. Over 60 locations are covered, including the entire road system, the Alaska Marine Highway ferry system, and the Alaska Highway from British Columbia to Alaska. Special attention is given to providing birding information and trips for the larger communities Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau in addition to visiting Alaska's most popular tourist destinations Denali National Park, the Inside Passage, Kenai Peninsula, Nome, and Barrow. Extraordinarily productive, off-the-tourist-track birding sites are detailed Gambell on Saint Lawrence Island, the Pribilof Islands, Cordova, Kotzebue, the Denali and Dalton highways, Seward and Resurrection Bay, Homer and Kachemak Bay, the Homer-Kodiak-Dutch Harbor ferry, Kodiak, Hyder, and many more. Year-round birding information is included for most locations. Each chapter includes a section on local logistics relevant for birders, with more trip-planning help available in the comprehensive, informative Introduction.

Over 40 authors, expert birders from throughout Alaska, contributed to the guide. Their birding routes take you to the best local sites, and a wealth of local logistical information helps you plan ahead for your independent trip. Taking a tour? This guide will help you prepare to make the most of your birding time in Alaska. Over 120 detailed maps accompany the 44 chapters.

The status of 500 species of birds in Alaska plus scores of field-identifiable subspecies is treated in the Annotated List of the Birds of Alaska. Regional distribution and your probability of seeing over 400 species is readily accessible in a Checklists of Specific Locations in Alaska chart. Appendices include the detailed Organizations of Interest to Birders, Gazetteer and Alaska Pronunciation Guide, References and Selected Reading, and Mammals and Other Vertebrates.
George C. West, a longtime Alaska resident of Fairbanks and Homer, has done a superb job of bringing together birdfinding information to help visitors and residents alike benefit from all their Alaska birding trips. In addition, he has illustrated the guide with over 60 drawings.

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