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As the far north heats up, more open waters means more winter habitat for a wider variety of birds and other marine life.
Scientists are scaling the cliffs of Alaska's Seward Peninsula to stop the mighty Gyrfalcon from losing more ground to climate change.
Take a look—life at the top of the planet will never be the same.
Start off 2016 with a rustic winter carnival, a weekend-long fete on the coast, and more.
Staring at the Earth from outer space is captivating—until you realize you're probably marveling at destruction.
In Edel Rodriguez's replica, icy blank space takes a seabird's place.
Audubon Alaska's executive director talks to us about the wonders of migration, and how to make the Arctic safer for birds.
It's great that the energy giant pulled out of the Arctic Ocean. But let’s still stay vigilant.
The Iñupiat use portable houses and sandbags to shield themselves from rising waters and melting permafrost, but can they save their culture?
After decades, a long-sought conservation victory is truly within reach.
As temperatures rise and sea ice melts, our intrepid correspondent heads north to watch scientists test technologies to better understand the Arctic.
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