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November 2016 News from the Nest
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November 2016 News from the Nest

Audubon New York's post-presidential-election conservation update. Let's build the future together.

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A Day in the Life of an Audubon Field Technician
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A Day in the Life of an Audubon Field Technician

Insights from Audubon New York's 2016 Rachel Carson Field Technician

Groups to Cuomo: Communities Need $800M for Water Infrastructure
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Groups to Cuomo: Communities Need $800M for Water Infrastructure

— Projects are the linchpin of healthy communities, economic growth, clean water
Audubon New York 2016 Fall Council Meeting Recap
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Audubon New York 2016 Fall Council Meeting Recap

A statewide network of staff, members, and volunteers convened for a weekend to discuss critical conservation issues.

Fall Family Tradition Continues at Eighth Annual Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days at Carpenter’s Brook
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps

Fall Family Tradition Continues at Eighth Annual Honeywell Sportsmen’s Days at Carpenter’s Brook

Families Enjoy Canoeing, Fishing and Archery While Learning About Onondaga Lake Cleanup During Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day

Volunteers Install 1,400 Native Plants to Enhance Onondaga Lake’s Newest Wetlands
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps

Volunteers Install 1,400 Native Plants to Enhance Onondaga Lake’s Newest Wetlands

Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Improves Wetlands and Conducts Citizen Science Monitoring Near Nine Mile Creek

Book Review: The Great Healthy Yard Project
Bird-Friendly Communities

Book Review: The Great Healthy Yard Project

Physician and author Diane Lewis tells us why it’s important we get contaminants out of our water once and for all.

Volunteers Remove About 5,000 Pounds of Invasive Plants to Help Protect Onondaga Lake and its Waterways
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Volunteers Remove About 5,000 Pounds of Invasive Plants to Help Protect Onondaga Lake and its Waterways

Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps Volunteers Continue Mission to Improve Watershed with Annual Water Chestnut Pull

Community Values Grow with For The Birds!
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Community Values Grow with For The Birds!

This educational program is now present in over 20 elementary schools and offers a variety of workshops for families in Brooklyn. But they want to keep growing.