Press Room

November 2018 | New York News from the Nest

During this season of joy and giving, we invite you to join Audubon New York and be a champion for birds.

Dear friend,

Thank you for being a wonderful and essential member of our Audubon New York community. By continuing to work together, we can achieve our vision of a world in which people, nature, birds and other wildlife thrive.

As we fly into the holiday season, we would like to share some ways you can continue to stand with us as a partner in conservation.

One simple way you can help protect birds and the places they need is by spreading the word to your friends and family! Birds, people, and communities all benefit from the work we do on-the-ground, in schools, and through advocacy efforts. Forward this email to a friend and encourage them to join us.

December is the perfect time to join in the fun by participating in Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count. This nationwide community science project is free and open to bird lovers of all ages and all skill level. In the coming weeks we will be sharing details about bird counts taking place near you.

Now more than ever birds are counting on us to be their voice, but we need your help. As a nonprofit organization, 70% of the resources needed to achieve our conservation goals come from individuals like you. During this season of joy and giving, be a champion for birds and the environment by making a gift to Audubon New York.

Thank you for all that you do for birds!

Best regards,

Ana Paula Tavares
Executive Director
Audubon New York


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SPOTLIGHT ON TRSAC

Rendering of the renovated TR Sanctuary.

The “re-imagining” of our Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center is underway! On October 1 we broke ground and began the long-awaited renovations. As construction continues, the sanctuary is temporarily closed to the public. We are very excited for what’s to come and confident that it will be worth the wait. To stay up-to-date, you can visit the TRSAC Facebook page or follow along on Instagram. 
Click here for an article about the project, published by Newsday.