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September 2017 | News from the Nest
Press Room

September 2017 | News from the Nest

The latest statewide conservation updates from the Audubon New York network.

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Once a Toxic Stew, New York's Onondaga Lake Shows Signs of Life
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Once a Toxic Stew, New York's Onondaga Lake Shows Signs of Life

Thanks to hundred of volunteers, a vast cleanup of the poisoned watershed is wrapping up—and the birds are beginning to return.

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Audubon New York 2017 Keesee Award Luncheon
Events

Audubon New York 2017 Keesee Award Luncheon

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 11:30am

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Seven New York Chapters Participate in New Climate Study
Climate Change

Seven New York Chapters Participate in New Climate Study

The Climate Watch program engages volunteers to document bird responses to a warming climate.

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Native Plants for Birds
Bird-Friendly Communities

Native Plants for Birds

Attract and protect the birds you love while making your space beautiful, easy to care for, and better for the environment.

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Ways To Help
Birds

Ways To Help

Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.

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White-breasted Nuthatch Photo: Zach Slavin/Great Backyard Bird Count

Habitat Conservation - for birds, people, & communities

Join us to ensure the continued health and protection of New York's ecosystem.

Ways To Help
Birds

Ways To Help

Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.

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Advocacy
Advocacy

Advocacy

How we fight for birds.

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Get Outside
Get Outside

Get Outside

That's where the birds are, after all.

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News & Updates

September 2017 | News from the Nest
Press Room

September 2017 | News from the Nest

The latest statewide conservation updates from the Audubon New York network.

Once a Toxic Stew, New York's Onondaga Lake Shows Signs of Life
News

Once a Toxic Stew, New York's Onondaga Lake Shows Signs of Life

Thanks to hundred of volunteers, a vast cleanup of the poisoned watershed is wrapping up—and the birds are beginning to return.

Long Island Bird Banding Operation to Enhance Shorebird Conservation
Press Room

Long Island Bird Banding Operation to Enhance Shorebird Conservation

With only two Black Skimmer colonies in New York, banding is a great way to monitor efforts to protect them.

Nonprofit dedicated to bird protection opposes Horse Creek Wind Farm
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Nonprofit dedicated to bird protection opposes Horse Creek Wind Farm

Wind Farm would threaten bird species and their habitats within an important bird area in Northern Jefferson County.

Governor Cuomo and Attorney General Schneiderman Announce New York State Suing U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Over Eastern Long Island Sound Disposal Site Designation
News

Governor Cuomo and Attorney General Schneiderman Announce New York State Suing U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Over Eastern Long Island Sound Disposal Site Designation

— Audubon New York Commends Governor Cuomo for Demonstrating Commitment to Protecting Long Island Sound
July 2017 | News from the Nest
News

July 2017 | News from the Nest

The latest conservation updates from our statewide network.

Climate change has New York songbirds lagging spring's quickening arrival
Climate Change

Climate change has New York songbirds lagging spring's quickening arrival

A recent study shows some New York state migrating songbirds lagging on their return trips home each spring.

Seven New York Chapters Participate in New Climate Study
Climate Change

Seven New York Chapters Participate in New Climate Study

The Climate Watch program engages volunteers to document bird responses to a warming climate.

Piping Plover Chick
Coasts

Piping Plover Chick

A 23 day old Piping Plover chick seen stretching its wings and practicing flight!

2017 New York State Legislative Overview
Advocacy

2017 New York State Legislative Overview

New York's 2017 environmental victories and continuing concerns.