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Northern Harrier. Photo: Jerry Amende/Audubon Photography Awards

Evening Grosbeak. Photo: Kathy Webb/Great Backyard Bird Count

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In 2018, Audubon is joining National Geographic in marking the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the most powerful bird-protection law ever passed. In honor of this milestone, nature lovers around the world are coming together to protect birds today, and for the next 100 years.

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In 2018, Audubon is joining National Geographic in marking the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the most powerful bird-protection law ever passed. In honor of this milestone, nature lovers around the world are coming together to protect birds today, and for the next 100 years.

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November 2018 | News from the Nest
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November 2018 | News from the Nest

Giving thanks for our wonderful members this month!

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New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird
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New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

Celebrating native and migratory birds and the places they need in New York

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Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary undergoes $2.5M upgrade
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Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary undergoes $2.5M upgrade

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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Discover Audubon New York

Northern Flicker. Photo: John Pizniur/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
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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

State Parks Announces Endangered Great Lakes Piping Plover has 100% Success on Eastern Shores of Lake Ontario for First Time in 30 years
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State Parks Announces Endangered Great Lakes Piping Plover has 100% Success on Eastern Shores of Lake Ontario for First Time in 30 years

Piping Plovers return and have success nesting on Great Lakes' shores, with four chicks fledged.

September 2018 | News from the Nest
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September 2018 | News from the Nest

This month was a very exciting one for New York State!

2018 Coastal Field Season Summary
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2018 Coastal Field Season Summary

Audubon New York’s coastal conservation efforts include educational public outreach, surveying and monitoring of shorebirds, and more.

New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird
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New York State Proclaims 2018 the Year of the Bird

Celebrating native and migratory birds and the places they need in New York

“Sense of Wonder”: Women in Conservation Internship Experience
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“Sense of Wonder”: Women in Conservation Internship Experience

Insights from Audubon New York's 2018 Women in Conservation Field Technician Intern

Erin McGrath on President Trump’s MBTA decision
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Erin McGrath on President Trump’s MBTA decision

Audubon New York's Policy Manager speaks out about the MBTA rollback and action taken by NYS.

Flocking Together to Defend an Important Bird Law
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Flocking Together to Defend an Important Bird Law

A Bird Festival on Long Island has Soaring Success

New York leads Eight States in Filing Federal Lawsuit to Restore Bird Protection Law
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New York leads Eight States in Filing Federal Lawsuit to Restore Bird Protection Law

Birds in Greater Jeopardy Under Current Federal Interpretation

Three Ways You Can Help Migrating Birds This Fall
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Three Ways You Can Help Migrating Birds This Fall

Migrants heading south face myriad man-made obstacles, but there are actions we can all take to save their lives.

Testimony: Hearing on Long Island Sound Water Quality
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Testimony: Hearing on Long Island Sound Water Quality

— Written Testimony of Amanda Pachomski, Long Island Bird Conservation Program Manager, Audubon New York