Audubon New York

We are the voice for birds in New York State.

Least Tern Photo: Ethan Slattery

Audubon New York is the state’s leading voice for the conservation and protection of natural resources for birds. Integrating science, conservation, policy and education, Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

Our conservation work focuses on five key strategies supported by science, advocacy, and education.

Important Bird Areas
Conservation

Important Bird Areas

Habitat is the key to conservation.

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Seas & Shores
Conservation

Seas & Shores

Protecting the vital habitat along New York's coasts where people and birds intersect.

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Working Lands
Conservation

Working Lands

Audubon integrates science, conservation, policy, and education to protect key grassland species.

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Bird-Friendly Communities
Conservation

Bird-Friendly Communities

Where birds thrive, people prosper.

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Climate Change
Conservation

Climate Change

Helping birds thrive and survive in a changing climate.

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Get Outside
Get Outside

Get Outside

That's where the birds are, after all.

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Join us to ensure the continued health and protection of New York's ecosystem.

Ways To Help
Birds

Ways To Help

Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.

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Advocacy
Advocacy

Advocacy

How we fight for birds.

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Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters
About Us

Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Connecting Birds, People & Communities

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News & Updates

5 Tips for Urban Birding
Bird-Friendly Communities

5 Tips for Urban Birding

Birdwatcher and book author Deborah Rivel, shares tips that will make your birding excursion a hit.

Book Review: Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island
Get Outside

Book Review: Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island

Author Deborah Rivel, shares with us how to birdwatch in the most urban of environments.

Clearing invasive species from waterways, one handful at a time
News

Clearing invasive species from waterways, one handful at a time

In honor of Invasive Species Awareness Week volunteers remove invasive water chesnut at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.

Op Ed: Protecting Shorebirds Along The Atlantic Flyway
News

Op Ed: Protecting Shorebirds Along The Atlantic Flyway

An Op-ed by Audubon New York's Executive Director, Erin Crotty.

Bird Banding: A Valuable Conservation Tool
Seas & Shores

Banding Birds on the Shores of Long Island

Collaborating with partners leverages conservation impact for Seas and Shores Program

Bald eagle work Nozzolio's swan song?
News

Bald eagle work Nozzolio's swan song?

Retiring state Sen. Mike Nozzolio takes pride in the bald eagle and the work of people in the Finger Lakes region who saved the bird from extinction

Symphony in the sward
News

Symphony in the sward

Audubon New York hosts informational bird walk through grassland habitat

Over 1,000 Fourth of July Beach-goers Pledge to #SharetheShore
News

Over 1,000 Fourth of July Beach-goers Pledge to #SharetheShore

Lots of ‘Good Eggs’ came out and took the pledge on Long Island!

PLAN 2014 AND THE BLACK TERN
News

PLAN 2014 AND THE BLACK TERN

Audubon New York supports Plan 2014, which would have enormous benefits for endangered bird species.