I’m not sure anybody is entirely certain which specific species of bird is found the furthest north. There are in fact many birds which take advantage of the Arctic as a breeding area in the summertime, and a handful which live there for most of the year. According to Wikipedia, some of the farthest-north observed bird species are the “Snow Bunting, Northern Fulmar and Black-legged Kittiwake,” but they point out that “some bird sightings may be distorted by the fact that birds tend to follow ships and expeditions.” Also attached is a list of the species that have been found in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge — perhaps it’ll help flesh out an idea of what birds are found up there.
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