We are proud to present our 2015 legislative priorities for New York around the five strategies related to the conservation priorities of the Atlantic Flyway. Our objective is to advance critical policies that are needed to protect our most threatened bird species and the habitats they depend on in New York State.
Saving Our Seas & Shores, 2015 Benefit for the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center
Join us Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Old Westbury Gardens for the annual Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center spring benefit.
All proceeds benefit the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center.
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.
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.
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.
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.