We protect Alaska’s wildlife through
citizen mobilization, advocacy, and education.
Alaska is America’s last great wilderness, home to a unique and spectacular array of aquatic and terrestrial wildlife species. The Alaska Wildlife Alliance advocates for healthy ecosystems, scientifically and ethically managed to protect our wildlife for present and future generations.
Anchorage, Free presentation on sea otter research in Alaska. Families welcome!
This workshop helps educators better understand systems and how to teach about food webs, trophic levels, predator prey dynamics and more, with a focus on NW Alaska
Meeting Topics will include but are not limited to: Weather and water Extremes (including drought); Water rights and reservations; Habitat - Aquatic and Fish; Southeast AK Hydrography; Geospatial data and modeling; Glacier dam outburst floods; Coastal hydrology/processes; Hazards - glacier outburst floods and landslides; Applied, impacts, and social sciences.
The Alaska Bird Conference is a biannual conference that brings researchers, managers, and bird lovers of all ages to report on aspects of bird biology, management, and conservation in Alaska. Audubon Alaska will share and present a number of their current projects.
Juneau, Free presentation: Carnivore ecology in the sub-Arctic