Ways to Help

Your Dollars at Work

2017: New York Conservation By the Numbers
American Goldfinch Photo: Kevin Faccenda, Flickr cc
Ways to Help

Your Dollars at Work

2017: New York Conservation By the Numbers
Please make a tax-deductible donation now, and support our mission to conserve and restore natural ecosystems of our great state.
Your support is essential and we simply cannot do it alone.
Today, more than ever, we need solutions for protecting our birds and the places they need to survive. Through sound science and partnerships with state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, and on-the-ground work in communities across the state, we are preserving and protecting important bird habitats and our overall ecosystem for generations to come.

Below, explore the conservation efforts your dollars support, and find more information about the progress we've made for birds and people in 2017.

We're growing!

  • 30+ staff statewide
  • 12,000+ individuals engaged in advocacy, conservation & education programs
  • 4,500+ members advocated for critical conservation policies
  • 7,000+ students & campers educated
  • 27 affiliated chapters
  • 130+ Important Bird Areas
  • 50,000+ statewide members

Make your tax-deductible donation today, and help us continue to protect birds now and into the future.

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