Working Lands

Audubon integrates science, conservation, policy, and education to protect priority forest bird species.

Black-throated Blue Warbled Photo: Lorraine Minns, Audubon Photography Awards

Audubon New York protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. Through our Working Lands programs we're collaborating with landowners, land managers, government agencies, and private industry across the state to help manage working lands in ways that support birds and the bottom line.

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Meet Eight Birds That Depend on the Farm Bill
Working Lands

Meet Eight Birds That Depend on the Farm Bill

From North Carolina forests to California rice fields, the farm bill is a powerful tool for protecting and restoring avian habitat. As Congress begins rewriting the legislation, birders should pay close attention.

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Diverse Coalition Applauds Executive Budget Proposal to Reform Forest Tax Law
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Diverse Coalition Applauds Executive Budget Proposal to Reform Forest Tax Law

‘Empire Forests for the Future Initiative’ Will Create Jobs, Conserve Forests & Wildlife Habitat and Mitigate Climate Change

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Spotlight on Stewardship
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Spotlight on Stewardship

One grassland conservationist's story.

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