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Audubon New York Supports DEC Plan for Pikes Beach
— Conservation leader supports beach closure, citing long-term benefits for migrating shorebirds.
Congress considers Long Island Sound program Trump wants to defund
— Good news for birds and people.
Erin Crotty Testifies Before Senate on Long Island Sound Bill
— Executive Director of Audubon New York Urges Continued Support of the Long Island Sound Restoration & Stewardship Act in the Face of Federal Budget Cut Discussions
Written Testimony of Erin M. Crotty Executive Director, Audubon New York and Vice President, National Audubon Society, for the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Subcommittee on Fisheries, Water and Wildlife
— United States Senate - March 28, 2017
2016 Long Island Bird Conservation Program
— Summary of 2016 activities and progress.
A Rare Bird Returns to the Shores of Lake Ontario
— Piping Plovers nesting on lake's beaches for first time since the 80s.
Audubon New York Commends NYS Plan for Living Shoreline Techniques
— Formal comments submitted on Tidal Wetlands Guidance Document.
Audubon New York Urges Balanced and Sustainable Approach to Coastal Project
— Submits formal comments to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on their East Rockaway Inlet to Rockaway Inlet and Jamaica Bay Draft Integrated Hurricane Sandy General Reevaluation Report and Environmental Impact Statement
Michigan's endangered piping plovers have banner year
— Endangered piping plovers nest in sandy areas along the Great Lakes where there are sand dunes.
A Day in the Life of an Audubon Field Technician
— Insights from Audubon New York's 2016 Rachel Carson Field Technician
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