Audubon New York in the News

Statewide conservation highlights

Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary Photo: Eric Lind

One of 22 state agencies of the National Audubon Society, Audubon New York is a leading conservation organization within New York State. Our vast network of more than 50,000 members and 27 affiliated chapters uniquely positions us to address conservation through a suite of science, education, advocacy, and grassroots programs. The articles below are a sampling of our work and progress from around the state.

Top Stories

A Rare Bird Returns to the Shores of Lake Ontario
Seas & Shores

A Rare Bird Returns to the Shores of Lake Ontario

Piping Plovers nesting on lake's beaches for first time since the 80s.

Bird-banding event at Montezuma Audubon Center includes fun, education
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Bird-banding event at Montezuma Audubon Center includes fun, education

20 people attended bird banding event with Dr. John Van Niel at the center Saturday.

Michigan's endangered piping plovers have banner year
Seas & Shores

Michigan's endangered piping plovers have banner year

Endangered piping plovers nest in sandy areas along the Great Lakes where there are sand dunes.

Community Briefs: Audubon New York presents awards
News

Community Briefs: Audubon New York presents awards

Overview of the 2016 Keesee Luncheon

Why Protecting Birds Is Crucial to Ecosystems
News

Why Protecting Birds Is Crucial to Ecosystems

Watch Erin Crotty, Audubon New York Executive Director, live on The Wall Street Journal.

FM Magazine: Audubon New York
News

FM Magazine: Audubon New York

Hear Audubon New York's Executive Director Erin Crotty speak about the importance of birds to our ecosystems.