Pacific loons are back on Goose Lake. Sigh of relief. Chris Maack Anchoragebapkun
At 2 PM Sunday afternoon we observed 13 WHIMBREL from the Port of Kenai out on the exposed mudflats of the lower Kenai River. Toby and Laura Burke Kenai, AKkenaibirder
Kachemak Bay Shorebird Monitoring Project Session #4 On Friday, May 1st the Kachemak Bay Birders had its fourth shorebird monitoring session for this season.georgematz
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