A Running list of birds that have been properly identified at or near Caribou Lodge:

*observed while camping at higher elevations

-Greater White-Fronted Goose

-Snow Goose

-Canada Goose

-Trumpeter Swan

-Tundra Swan

-Gadwall

-American Wigeon

-Mallard

-Northern Pintail

-Green-winged Teal

-Redhead

-Greater Scaup

-Surf Scoter

-White-winged Scoter

-Long-tailed Duck

-Bufflehead

-Barrow's Goldeneye

-Common Merganser

-Red-breasted Merganser

-Spruce Grouse

-Willow Ptarmigan

-Rock Ptarmigan*

-Red-throated Loon

-Pacific Loon

-Common Loon

-Yellow-billed Loon

-Horned Grebe

-Red-necked Grebe

-Osprey

-Bald Eagle

-Northern Harrier

-Sharp-shinned Hawk

-Northern Goshawk

-Rough-legged Hawk

-Golden Eagle

-Sandhill Crane

-American Golden Plover*

-Lesser Yellowlegs

-Least Sandpiper

-Wilson's Snipe

-Long-tailed Jaeger*

-Mew Gull

-Northern Hawk Owl

-Short-eared Owl

-Boreal Owl

-Downy Woodpecker

-Say's Phoebe

-Gray Jay

-Steller's Jay

-Horned Lark*

-Tree Swallow

-Black-capped Chickadee

-Red-breasted Nuthatch

-American Robin

-Snow Bunting

-Wilson's Warbler

-Fox Sparrow

-White-crowned Sparrow

-Golden-crowned Sparrow

-Dark-eyed Junco

-Rusty Blackbird

-Gray-crowned Rosy Finch*

-Pine Siskin

-American Pipit*

Barrow's Goldeneye migrate to Alaska every year and many find refuge righ here at Caribou Lodge
This cute little Gray-crowned rosy finch spends the summer in the Talkeetna Mountains near Caribo Lodge Alaska
A Wilson's Warbler at Caribou Lodge Alaska near Denali National Park

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