Anchorage Audubon’s Annual
Seward Winter Birding Field Trip
Work off all those Holiday Cookies!
The forecast indicates a snow storm for Seward on Saturday, February 16th. Due to potentially unsafe driving conditions between Anchorage and Seward, the 2019 AAS Seward Winter Birding Field Trip scheduled for Saturday, February 16th has been canceled. It was a difficult decision, but safety and everyone’s well being was uppermost in our minds. … Read the rest
2018 Christmas Bird Count Final Results
Here’s a late wrap-up of the 2018 Anchorage Christmas Bird Count from December 15, 2018.
There were 155 observers in the field or at feeders (three (3) hard working folks did both!). Weather was cold at 12-20 deg. F, with variable light winds, not actively raining or snowing, with snow pack 6-14″.… Read the rest
Copper River Shorebird Festival
Highlighting a vast number of migratory shorebirds stopping over on the Copper River Delta, this is truly a great festival in the fabulous town of Cordova. This is where you go for Avian tonnage! … Read the rest
Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival
27th Annual Festival
Alaska’s largest birding festival features a huge array of field trips, seminars, and speakers. Located in the bustling town of Homer, this will certainly be a birding highlight of the year.
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Campbell Creek BLM Early Morning Birdwalks
Tired of just seeing magpies and ravens? Welcome the Spring Songbirds!
Develop and fine-tune your birding skills and witness the progression of songbird migration through the Campbell Tract this spring. Join the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) staff and Anchorage Audubon Society members for a series of early morning outdoor bird walks May 9, 16, 23, & 30.… Read the rest