George, Ryan
March 2002
Audubon;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p27
Focuses on the birds that migrate from Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to wintering grounds all over the world. Number of species found in the refuge; Implication of oil development in the refuge for the well-being of the birds; Preservation of the birdlife in the refuge.


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