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Photo: Claudette Thornton
The world’s longest-running wildlife census contributes invaluable data to bird population research.
Giving thanks for our wonderful members this month!
Westchester County towns of Greenburgh and Scarsdale have both proclaimed it the Year of the Bird.
Conservationists are honored at the annual Keesee Award Luncheon in New York City on November 7.
Experts discuss strengthening coastal resiliency in a warming world
Join us at the Garrison Art Center for a pop-up photography exhibit, honoring the former Center Director
Audubon New York implements new vision for the nation’s first songbird sanctuary.
Piping Plovers return and have success nesting on Great Lakes' shores, with four chicks fledged.
This month was a very exciting one for New York State!
Audubon New York’s coastal conservation efforts include educational public outreach, surveying and monitoring of shorebirds, and more.
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