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Updated: May 10, 2018.

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Spring Bird Walks 2018

Date/Time       Activity/Location    Tide Info      Leaders          Meeting Place

Sat. April 21

8 am

Fish Creek

05:17 AM 16.3’ H

11:58 AM -0.4’ L

1. Laurie Lamm

2. Jeff Sauer

Fish Creek parking lot, North Douglas

Sat. April 28

 

8:30am

(Boards at 8:15 am)

Berners Cruise

1 boat

06:56 AM -1.2’ L

01:11 PM 16.4’ H

1. Heidi Pearson

2. Laurie Craig

3. Brenda Wright

4. Theresa Svancara

Auke Bay Harbor, loading ramp next to Harbor Master’s Office

Sat. May 5

8 am

Mendenhall Wetlands -  East side of river to mud line

04:42 AM 14.8’ H

11:16 AM 1.1’ L

1.Gwen Baluss

2. Allan Saylor

Dike Trail Parking Lot, End of Radcliffe Road

Sat. May 12

8:30am

(Boards at 8:15 am)

- Berners Cruise

1 boat

05:51 AM 1.2’ L

11:56 AM 14.3’ H

1. Brenda Wright

2. Laurie Craig

3. Sanjay Pyare

4. Ernestine Hayes

Auke Bay Harbor, loading ramp next to Harbor Master’s Office

Sat. May 12

08:00- 10:30 am

World Migratory Bird Day Celebration. Songbird banding demonstration and kids activities.

NA

Gwen Baluss

Juneau Community Garden off Montana Creek Road. Heavy rain cancels banding.

Sat. May 19

8 am

Moose Lake

04:16 AM 17.7’ H

10:51 AM -2.6’ L

Gus van Vliet

Parking lot next to the Back Loop Bridge.  Might need boots?

Sat. May 26

8 am

Eagle Beach

05:53 AM -0.1’ L

12:09 PM 14.5’ H

Brenda Wright

Mark Schwan


 

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Picnic area parking on north side of Eagle River, mile 28. Boots recommended.
 

Sat. June 2

8 am

Mendenhall Wetlands - Dike Trail

03:41 AM 15.8’ H

10:12 AM -0.5’ L

Deb Rudis

 

Dike Trail Parking Lot, End of Radcliffe Road

Sat. June 9

8 am

Rotary Park

 

Alexia Kiefer

 Rotary Park Parking Lot (Riverside Rd)

Sat. June 16

8 am

Pt. Bridget

03:17 AM 19.0’ H

09:49 AM -4.2’ L

Gus van Vliet

Trailhead.  Probably need boots?


Annual Berners Bay Cruises -

Saturday, May 12  Click here


Yakutat Tern Festival begins May 31

The Eighth Annual Yakutat Tern Festival is May 31-June 3, 2018. The festival is a celebration of the natural and cultural re-sources of Yakutat, Alaska. Yakutat hosts one of the largest and southernmost known nesting colonies of Aleutian Terns, as well as Arctic Terns and up to 200 other bird species that nest in, or migrate through the area. The festival is family friendly and offers activities for birders as well as non-birders, including field trips, seminars, kid’s activities, evening banquets, bird banding demonstration, and other programs.


Up-coming course for bird watchers in May:

May 10 Warblers - one evening course about warblers that are returning to Juneau.

All aspiring birders are encouraged to come learn and have fun!

This course is offered through Juneau Community Schools.

Register online at Juneau Community Schools or call 523-1761.


Guide to the Birds of Alaska 6th Edition

Available from Alaska Audubon at reduced price.

Guide to the Birds of Alaska has been a must-have for Alaska birders for more than thirty years.  In the sixth edition, Robert Armstrong provides hundreds of new photographs.  Order yours today for $20 and $5 Shipping & Handling. 

Contact Heidi DeCoeur by email or call (907) 276-7034.


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Great Backyard Bird Count 2018

February 16-19, 2018

Link to 2018 GBBC Results for Juneau


PROJECT FEEDER WATCH2017-18

Check out the web page for more information and how to start http://feederwatch.org/.  Data is especially scarce for Southeast Alaska, so please consider adding to our knowledge about our winter bird populations.


Archived Juneau Birding Events

Christmas Bird Count

Thanksgiving Bird Count

Project Feeder Watch

Great Backyard Bird Count

 

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"To conserve the natural ecosystems of Southeast Alaska, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations"

 

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