NOAA Fisheries calls it “low-tide-oblique aerial imagery,” but for the rest of us it’s a chance to fly with with shorebirds. The Shorezone Partnership is now completed for the entire Southeast Alaska coast, from Dixon Entrance to Yakutat. Internet users around the world can “fly” the coast via over 1-million video captures, or download 178,000 high-resolution images. You can check out the whole project at NOAA Fisheries’ Alaska website. Listen to a radio story on the Shorezone project from our CoastAlaska sister station KFSK in Petersburg.