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Extinct in their natural habitat for two decades, a small population of ‘Alalā are starting to forage, mate, and nest on their own.
The decision to open the refuge's entire coastal plain to development, combined with climate change, 'may result in extinction' for some birds.
Rushed and faulty process gives green light to massive and permanent destruction of Arctic Refuge’s Coastal Plain, an irreplaceable habitat for birds and other wildlife
After wildfires, grasslands and deciduous woodlands are replacing evergreen boreal forest and transforming the state's terrain and ecology.