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Northern Harrier. Photo: Jerry Amende/Audubon Photography Awards
The following testimony is being presented to the New York State legislature by Audubon New York's Policy Manager, Erin McGrath.
Karen Thomas will become the 4th Chair of Audubon New York's Board of Directors.
Research reveals half of all bird species in the United States are at risk.
Northern Flicker. Photo: John Pizniur/Great Backyard Bird Count
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Westchester County towns of Greenburgh and Scarsdale have both proclaimed it the Year of the Bird.
The goal of the conference was to educate people on how they could take action in their communities to mitigate issues such as sea level rise and stronger, more intense storms, one official said.
Conservationists are honored at the annual Keesee Award Luncheon in New York City on November 7.
Longtime director (and photographer) Eric Lind moving on
Experts discuss strengthening coastal resiliency in a warming world
Work has begun at the Oyster Bay site to renovate the entrance, fix a brass water fountain and create more space for gardens and trails.
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