Landbirds of Concern from the ADF&G’s Comp. Wildlife Conservation Plan

Landbirds of Concern from the ADF&G’s Comp. Wildlife Conservation Plan

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Alaska is home to 135 species of breeding birds that principally use terrestrial habitats throughout the year. These birds, commonly referred to as "landbirds", comprise the largest and most ecologically diverse component of Alaska's avifauna and include raptors, grouse, woodpeckers, flycatchers, jays, chickadees, thrushes, warblers, and sparrows, among others.

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