Advocacy

How we fight for birds.

Scarlet Tanager Photo: Larry Federman

Audubon New York's advocacy objective is to advance critical policies that are needed to protect our most threatened bird species and the habitats they depend on in New York State. We present our 2015 legislative priorities for New York around the five strategies related to the conservation priorities of the Atlantic Flyway.

Our five conservation strategies are:

Saving Important Bird Areas
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Saving Important Bird Areas

The power of Important Bird Areas (IBAs) cannot be overstated.

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Creating Bird-Friendly Communities
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Bird Friendly Communities

A 2015 Legislative Priority

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Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds and People
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Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds and People

Conserving New York’s forest, grassland and shrubland habitat

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Sharing Our Seas and Shores
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Sharing Our Seas and Shores

Join us as the voice of birds across New York State.

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Shaping a Healthy Climate & Clean Energy Future
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Shaping a Healthy Climate & Clean Energy Future

Climate change is the number one threat to bird populations in North America today.

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Conservation Policies and Resolutions