We are the voice for birds in New York State.
Orchard Oriole Photo: Deborah Rivel
Simple steps to create a native plant garden.
It's now easier than ever to find bird-friendly plants in your region! Explore the first-of-its-kind native plants database made possible by Susan & Coleman Burke.
The winter months are an important time to time to protect the birds you love.
Bird-friendly landscaping provides food, saves water, and fights climate change.
Choose native plants like these to beautify your real estate and provide food for birds.
Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.
Brown Thrasher Photo: Will Stuart
How we fight for birds.
That's where the birds are, after all.
An overview of our efforts surveying and monitoring shorebirds on Long Island, primarily the American Oystercatcher.
Participants learned simple actions they can take to help birds at-risk in a changing climate.
The 2017 Conservationist of the Year Award was presented to four members of the Audubon New York staff at the annual all-staff retreat.
A Forester's Guide
Bird Conservation Areas safeguard and enhance bird populations and their habitats.
Explore the conservation efforts your dollars support, and find more information about the progress we've made for birds and people in 2017.
The latest statewide conservation updates from the Audubon New York network.
Thanks to hundred of volunteers, a vast cleanup of the poisoned watershed is wrapping up—and the birds are beginning to return.
Join us in protecting the places birds need to thrive & survive now & into the future by combatting climate change.
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