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
The Willow Ptarmigan is Alaskas state bird and changes into its winter plumage around November. Photo Taken at Caribou Lodge Alaska, alaska wilderness lodge
A male Northern Pintail takes off from the the lake at Caribo Lodge Alaska. This alaska wilderness lodge is a bird watching paradise!
A Wilson's Warbler at Caribou Lodge Alaska near Denali National Park