Science Spotlight

Why It's Important:

Resurrection Bay is used by a variety of seabird and sea duck species and is an important area during both the breeding and non-breeding seasons. Our coastal seabird surveys will provide information on the abundance and distribution of marine bird species throughout the year, while the remote monitoring projects will provide data on the breeding success of the black-legged kittiwake and common murre. NPS is our partners on the coastal ecosystem research.


How You Can Help
The Alaska SeaLife Center is a non-profit institution that relies on your support to maintain its important ongoing scientific exploration. There are many ways to get involved. Please click on the links above to find an option that is ideal for you. Your donations, sponsorship, membership and other contributions are greatly appreciated, and thank you for Supporting the Science!