Migratory Bird Management
Alaska Region


Alaska Shorebird Group

The Alaska Shorebird Group, formed in 1997, is a mix of academic and private researchers, federal and state agency staff, conservation organizations, and shorebird enthusiasts whose goal is to raise public awareness of shorebirds in Alaska, achieve consensus on needed conservation actions, and exchange information on issues, research findings, and education. The group meets annually and interacts throughout the year via an e-mail network; a report of the activities of group members is produced and distributed annually.

2017 Alaska Shorebird Group meeting talks

General Talks

Boreal Talks

Meeting Minutes

Shorebird Projects in Alaska



Rick Lanctot
(907) 786-3609
1011 E. Tudor Rd, MS201
Anchorage, AK 99503


Last Updated: March 2018