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

Nonprofit dedicated to bird protection opposes Horse Creek Wind Farm
News

Nonprofit dedicated to bird protection opposes Horse Creek Wind Farm

Wind Farm would threaten bird species and their habitats within an important bird area in Northern Jefferson County.

Climate change has New York songbirds lagging spring's quickening arrival
Climate Change

Climate change has New York songbirds lagging spring's quickening arrival

A recent study shows some New York state migrating songbirds lagging on their return trips home each spring.

Scenic Hudson acquires 132 acres in Catskill
News

Scenic Hudson acquires 132 acres in Catskill

Habitat along the Hudson River estuary will remain protected for wildlife.

Young Women in Conservation
Coasts

Young Women in Conservation

Shining the spotlight on our summer shorebird monitors.

No Shore Thing: Why There’s Concern For Piping Plovers
Coasts

No Shore Thing: Why There’s Concern For Piping Plovers

Beach season is approaching, and so are the Piping Plovers...

$136K in grants going to Great Lakes research projects
News

$136K in grants going to Great Lakes research projects

Audubon New York and Onondaga Audubon Society receive grants to protect birds and other wildlife.