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Nearly 300,000 Bird Watchers Traveled to Alaska for Birdwatching Due To Migrating of Different Kinds of Birds

In Alaska, a dedicated and fortunate birdwatcher might spot an elusive bluethroat north of the Brooks Range, catch a glimpse of a harlequin duck zipping along an interior river, come across all four species of eider in Utqiavik, or listen to the sounds of tens of thousands of feeding shorebirds in the Copper River Delta.