Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Connecting Birds, People & Communities

With 50,000 members and 27 affiliated chapters state-wide, Audubon New York oversees seven sanctuaries and centers, from Long Island to western New York.  Through traditional and innovative partnerships, we work together to educate and inspire the next generation of environmental stewards while helping people and communities discover just how practical and rewarding conservation can be.  Every preserved or created habitat demonstrates a commitment to preserving New York's wildlife heritage.  Together, we can achieve conservation at scale.

When birds thrive, people prosper.  Ecosystems recover.  Economies grow.  Quality of life is enhanced.  Together, we can pass on New York's rich natural treasures to new generations.

Prospect Park Audubon Center
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Prospect Park Audubon Center

Innovative partnership offers educational programming at Brooklyn-based Audubon Important Bird Area.

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New York Chapters

The foundation of Audubon's grassroots engagement.

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Constitution Marsh

Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary

An Audubon Important Bird Area & a NY State Bird Conservation Area

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Montezuma Audubon Center Volunteer Opportunities

The gift of time can be the most valuable gift of all.

Art at the Audubon: Savannah chamber, Montezuma center team for new festival
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Art at the Audubon: Savannah chamber, Montezuma center team for new festival

Savannah Chamber of Commerce & the Montezuma Audubon Center present the first Savannah Art Festival

Bald Eagles Back In Big Way In Putnam, Hudson Valley
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Bald Eagles Back In Big Way In Putnam, Hudson Valley

Bald Eagles have become a common sight in Putnam thanks to conservation efforts to bring them back.

Poetry Trail opens in Garrison
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Poetry Trail opens in Garrison

Hudson Highlands Land Trust & Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary announce the opening of the River of Words Poetry Trail.