We are the voice for birds in New York State.
Snowy Owl Photo: Katherine Davis/Audubon Photography Awards
Much to share as we make our way towards the 3rd month of the Year of the Bird!
Volunteers statewide are taking action to protect birds from the impacts of climate change.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Summer Sanctuary Adventures at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center.
That's where the birds are, after all.
From North Carolina forests to California rice fields, the farm bill is a powerful tool for protecting and restoring avian habitat. As Congress begins rewriting the legislation, birders should pay close attention.
We are taking a look back at some of our favorite student-designed signs urging the public to "share the shore" with birds.
Northern Flicker Photo: Sheen Watkins/Audubon Photography Awards
Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.
How we fight for birds.
The latest statewide conservation updates from the Audubon New York network.
Thanks to hundred of volunteers, a vast cleanup of the poisoned watershed is wrapping up—and the birds are beginning to return.
With only two Black Skimmer colonies in New York, banding is a great way to monitor efforts to protect them.
Wind Farm would threaten bird species and their habitats within an important bird area in Northern Jefferson County.
The latest conservation updates from our statewide network.
A recent study shows some New York state migrating songbirds lagging on their return trips home each spring.
The Climate Watch program engages volunteers to document bird responses to a warming climate.
A 23 day old Piping Plover chick seen stretching its wings and practicing flight!
New York's 2017 environmental victories and continuing concerns.
Join us in protecting the places birds need to thrive & survive now & into the future by combatting climate change.
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