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December 30, 2013
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Audubon Society has collated and interpreted information from databases and decades of government surveys to create an interactive map of important areas for more than 33 million seabirds and 150 species along North America's Pacific Coast. A great number of those areas are in Alaska.
“It's really exciting for us to have this out in the view of the world now, because it's something we've been working on for several years,” Audubon Alaska's communication manager Beth Peluso said. “We wanted to make it a little more fun and interesting for people that go out birding.”
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