We are the voice for birds in New York State.
Prothonotary Warbler. Photo: Linda Steele/Audubon Photography Awards
Audubon New York applauds New York State for enacting proposals that will benefit birds, people, and other wildlife.
We can provide essential, safe habitat for birds by choosing native plants.
Small grants awarded to the Audubon chapters in New York State will be used to fund unique conservation projects.
Osprey. Photo: Douglas Snyder/Audubon Photography Awards
Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.
Supporting conservation through advocacy.
That's where the birds are, after all.
On February 12, 2019, Erin McGrath, Audubon New York Policy Manager testified on the Climate and Community Protection Act.
We are committed and ready to advocate for New York's birds!
During this season of joy and giving, we invite you to join Audubon New York and be a champion for birds.
Brewers depend on clean, reliable water to survive and thrive, just like birds.
As many as a billion birds die each year in window strikes; federal government can lead in cost-neutral, bird-friendly planning
Every February, count for as little as 15 minutes in your own backyard to help expand our understanding of birds.
Karen Thomas will become the 4th Chair of Audubon New York's Board of Directors.
Where will we make the biggest impact on New York's birds and other wildlife?
Join us in protecting the places birds need to thrive & survive now & into the future by combatting climate change.
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