|The Alaskan Migratory Connection: Shorebirds|
Alaska's refuges provide valuable habitat for millions of shorebirds who nest there each year.
Did you know?
- 71 species of shorebirds have occurred in Alaska.
- 46 species have been documented breeding in Alaska.
- 40 of those species nest nowhere else in the U.S.
- Alaska hosts 100% of the western hemispheric populations of the Pacific golden plover, bar-tailed godwit, western sandpiper and red knot.
Last revision: Sunday, September 05, 1999 - 08:09 AM
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