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Common Loon. Photo: Garrett Gormley/Audubon Photography Awards

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August 2018 | New York News from the Nest
Press Room

August 2018 | New York News from the Nest

Find out about conservation successes, upcoming events, and more!

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Championing Local Solutions for Birds in a Changing World
Climate Change

Championing Local Solutions for Birds in a Changing World

Audubon is engaging the younger generation to combat climate change

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2018 is Proclaimed the Year of the Bird Throughout Westchester County
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

2018 is Proclaimed the Year of the Bird Throughout Westchester County

Five Audubon chapters in NY were honored for their work in educating the public & protecting birds and the places they need.

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Take a Trip Into the Field with Audubon New York
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Take a Trip Into the Field with Audubon New York

Field trips in nature are a hands-on ways students can learn about conservation.

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Hempstead Town's efforts to protect piping plovers pay off, officials say
Coasts

Hempstead Town's efforts to protect piping plovers pay off, officials say

The sand-colored birds are considered endangered in New York and have been protected through the federal Endangered Species Act since 1986.

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Discover Audubon New York

Eastern Bluebird Photo: Glenda Simmons/GBBC

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

Governor Cuomo Advances 'Save Our Waters' Bill To Prohibit Offshore Drilling Infrastructure In New York Waters
Coasts

Governor Cuomo Advances 'Save Our Waters' Bill To Prohibit Offshore Drilling Infrastructure In New York Waters

New York Moves to Protect Coastal Communities and $23 Billion Marine Economy from Environmental Disasters.

Audubon Launches New Community Science Program, Calls for Volunteers
Climate Change

Audubon Launches New Community Science Program, Calls for Volunteers

Birds provide important information about our changing climate.

Renovations to begin at songbirds’ home in Oyster Bay
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Renovations to begin at songbirds’ home in Oyster Bay

Audubon New York to implement a "reimagining" of the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center.

When You Should—and Should Not—Rescue Baby Birds
Birds

When You Should—and Should Not—Rescue Baby Birds

It’s not uncommon to find young birds away from their nests during spring and summer. But should you help them? That depends.

NYS Senator Thomas F. O’Mara Honored with Audubon New York’s William Hoyt Environmental Excellence Award
Press Room

NYS Senator Thomas F. O’Mara Honored with Audubon New York’s William Hoyt Environmental Excellence Award

— Recognized for his outstanding work on behalf of environmental protection and natural resource conservation
Audubon: “Farm Bill is Critical for Birds and Agriculture"
News

Audubon: “Farm Bill is Critical for Birds and Agriculture"

The Farm Bill is the largest source of federal funding for private lands conservation.

Meet Our Field Organizers
Climate Change

Meet Our Field Organizers

Audubon's climate strategy depends on mobilizing and building its extensive, bipartisan network. This team makes that happen.

April 2018 | News from the Nest
Press Room

April 2018 | News from the Nest

Introducing our new Executive Director, Ana Paula Tavares!

Old-Growth Is Great, But Here’s Why We Need New-Growth Forests, Too
Working Lands

Old-Growth Is Great, But Here’s Why We Need New-Growth Forests, Too

Learn why forest complexity is needed to create better habitat for bird species.

Migration is Upon Us!
Birding

Migration is Upon Us!

Want to know the best places to view spring migrants? Your local Audubon chapter can help!