Remote Alaskan Island Is A Boon To Bird Researchers
Imagine spending three months on a windy island at the tip of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. There’s no Internet, no cellphones and not much company besides the millions of seabirds who flock to Buldir Island to build their nests.
For some wildlife biologists, that setup is paradise and they’ll do just about anything for the chance to find out what life looks like on Buldir. Lauren Rosenthal traveled to the island to bring back this story for Alaska Public Media.
- Lauren Rosenthal, public radio reporter. She tweets @laurenthal.
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