Montezuma Audubon Center's Winter Wine and Snowshoeing Event
Montezuma Audubon Center's Winter Wine and Snowshoeing Event
Come enjoy a day of snowshoeing and wine tasting at an Audubon Important Bird Area. Space for this event is limited!
Montezuma Audubon Center Announces Winter Programming Schedule
Montezuma Audubon Center Announces Winter Programming Schedule
The best cure for cabin fever is the outdoors! Join us for a host of winter activities the whole family can enjoy!
Philanthropist Makes Landmark Gift to Montezuma Audubon Center
Philanthropist Makes Landmark Gift to Montezuma Audubon Center
Endowment will further Central New York conservation efforts and support Montezuma Audubon Center programs that engage children and families in conservation activities.
Photos from the Fall Benefit
Photos from the Fall Benefit
View pictures taken at our 2014 Keesee Awards Luncheon honoring conservationst and Audubon NY Board Member Alexander Zagoreos.
Photo credit: Lauren Hermele
Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve Now an IBA
Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve Now an IBA
Audubon New York has designated Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve in Seneca Falls an Important Bird Area (IBA). With 1,100 acres of preserved land, Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve is managed by Seneca Meadows, Inc. and is permanently protected through a conservation easement.
Photo credit: Diane Lewis
Partners Making Progress
Partners Making Progress
What makes Audubon unique is its ability to bring partners together to achieve conservation at scale for New York State. Click here to see first hand the power of partners in action.
Photo credit: Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps
Birds and Climate Change
Birds and Climate Change
Some of New York's most iconic and beloved species are threatened by climate change.  Explore the data from Audubon's groundbreaking climate change report and see how your favorite North American bird species will be affected.
Birds of Conservation Concern
Birds of Conservation Concern
Forty percent of the Atlantic Flyway's bird species are species of conservation need.  These include the Wood Thrush, the most widespread of our eastern forest neotropical migratory species, whose population has been reduced by half in the past 40 years. Read on to learn what we are doing to protect and conserve all birds of conservation concern.
Photo credit: Wood Thrush, by Jeff Nadler.
For the Birds!
For the Birds!
Our flagship environmental education program has been serving elementary schoolchildren in New York City for over a decade.  It's now offered in all five NYC boroughs and across the state from Long Island to the Hudson Valley and Buffalo.

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