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Buying Seeds? Attract and Protect Birds with Native Plants
Bird-Friendly Communities

Buying Seeds? Attract and Protect Birds with Native Plants

You can turn your yard, patio, or balcony into a haven for birds and other pollinators by choosing native plants!

Statement on the SFY 2019-20 Enacted New York State Budget
Advocacy

Statement on the SFY 2019-20 Enacted New York State Budget

Audubon New York applauds New York State for enacting proposals that will benefit birds, people, and other wildlife.

NYS Assemblymember Carrie Woerner Honored with 2019 Audubon New York Award for Environmental Excellence
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NYS Assemblymember Carrie Woerner Honored with 2019 Audubon New York Award for Environmental Excellence

Recognized for her outstanding work on behalf of environmental protection and natural resource conservation

Remembering Marian Heiskell
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Remembering Marian Heiskell

Founding Board Member and Driving Force for the Green Space Movement

Audubon New York Participates in Great Lakes Day
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Audubon New York Participates in Great Lakes Day

Audubon and partners in the Healing our Waters Coalition take on Washington, D.C. for 2019 Great Lakes Day

March 2019 | New York News from the Nest
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March 2019 | New York News from the Nest

Your monthly update from Audubon New York's statewide network.

Grants Awarded to New York Audubon Chapters
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Grants Awarded to New York Audubon Chapters

Small grants awarded to the Audubon chapters in New York State will be used to fund unique conservation projects.

February 2019 | New York News from the Nest
News

February 2019 | New York News from the Nest

We are committed and ready to advocate for New York's birds!

November 2018 | New York News from the Nest
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November 2018 | New York News from the Nest

During this season of joy and giving, we invite you to join Audubon New York and be a champion for birds.

Bipartisan Bill in U.S. House Seeks to Reduce Birds Collisions with Federal Buildings
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Bipartisan Bill in U.S. House Seeks to Reduce Birds Collisions with Federal Buildings

As many as a billion birds die each year in window strikes; federal government can lead in cost-neutral, bird-friendly planning