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.
Arctic Audubon Society
Poems about Alaska's Birds
by Frank Keim
JS McCarthy Printers 2011
148 pages • $12.95
David James Review of "Voices on the Wind"
Cyber Birding at Teshekpuk Lake
Want to try the Teshekpuk Lake Birding Challenge? It's a cyber birding event. Watch a video and email your list of bird seen or heard on video.
Produced by the Arctic Audubon Society, the Fairbanks Area Hiking & Birding Guide is a 23-by-35-inch fold out map showing the locations of 35 popular hiking and birding spots that are easy to access and on public land.
• The map includes a guide to the many species of birds in the area.
The map is sold for $12 in Fairbanks at the Alaska Bird Observatory Education Center, Friends of Creamer’s Field Farmhouse Visitor Center, Gulliver’s Books, Beaver Sports, and the Geophysical Institute Map Office. To order by mail for $13 (folded only), contact Arctic Audubon.
Christmas Bird Count
Call the hotline at 907-451-9213 or click on the link above for birding information in interior Alaska. Please call the birding hotline to report your sightings. Include location and date.
Interested in becoming a member? All members receive Audubon magazine from the National organization as well as the newsletter, The Redpoll, from our local chapter. The new member introductory rate is $20/year. Please click here if you would like to become a member of the Arctic Audubon Society.