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.

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From Goats to Grandparents: How One Audubon Chapter Is Making a More Bird-Friendly Community
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From Goats to Grandparents: How One Audubon Chapter Is Making a More Bird-Friendly Community

Whether it's renting goats to clear out invasive plants or making a new assisted-living facility greener, Huntington-Oyster Bay Audubon is making a difference.

Birdwatchers enjoyed winter season
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Birdwatchers enjoyed winter season

Eagles, bluebirds show strength in numbers

Senator O'Mara Holds "Clean Water" Rally in Albany
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Senator O'Mara Holds "Clean Water" Rally in Albany

“Support Clean Water Infrastructure” rally took place in Albany Monday, 3/20/17

Supporters: Empire State Trail would put New York on national bicycling map
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Supporters: Empire State Trail would put New York on national bicycling map

2018 state budget negotiations draw support for Empire State Trail as well as municipal water infrastructure funding.

Groups Meet at Clarkson University to Discuss How to Improve Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Corridor
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Groups Meet at Clarkson University to Discuss How to Improve Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Corridor

A meeting of conservation groups was held at Clarkson University last month to discuss the A2A conservation corridor.