Join Vashon Audubon on a 12 day wilderness birding adventure along the western boundary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Called “America’s Serengeti”, the coastal plain is one of the most intact and untouched ecosystems in America. Home to 42 mammal species & over 160 species of birds. These birds migrate to and from all fifty states and from six continents to feed and reproduce, taking full advantage of the burst of biological growth which blossoms here in the long days of the Arctic summer.
Dan Streiffert is a retired Power Systems Engineer who now spends his time photographing wildlife and volunteering with both the Sierra Club and Audubon. He previously presented his photos of Malheur Wildlife Refuge to a standing room only crowd on Vashon.
Please join us – this event is free and open to the public.