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'Be a Good Egg' Press Conference with the Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Kate Murray. Photo: Lauren Audi

Audubon New York in the News
Audubon New York in the News

Audubon New York in the News

Statewide coverage of conservation success.

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Come into the Press Room
Press Room

Come into the Press Room

Read news and updates from the Audubon New York press office.

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News from the Nest
News

News from the Nest

Stay up-to-date on all things Audubon New York with our monthly e-newsletter.

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August 2018 | New York News from the Nest
Press Room

August 2018 | New York News from the Nest

Find out about conservation successes, upcoming events, and more!

Onondaga Lake Paddling
Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps

Onondaga Lake Paddling

Bringing boating back to Onondaga Lake

Audubon & Friends of the IBA Applaud New Bird-friendly Legislation Benefiting Washington County
Press Room

Audubon & Friends of the IBA Applaud New Bird-friendly Legislation Benefiting Washington County

— Public land acquisition will protect critical grassland bird habitat
Championing Local Solutions for Birds in a Changing World
Climate Change

Championing Local Solutions for Birds in a Changing World

Audubon is engaging the younger generation to combat climate change

Hempstead Town's efforts to protect piping plovers pay off, officials say
Coasts

Hempstead Town's efforts to protect piping plovers pay off, officials say

The sand-colored birds are considered endangered in New York and have been protected through the federal Endangered Species Act since 1986.

Bird Watching 101: A Guide for Beginners
Birding

Bird Watching 101: A Guide for Beginners

A fun and rewarding pastime- here's how to get started birding!

July 2018 | News from the Nest
Press Room

July 2018 | News from the Nest

Many updates to share as we begin our new 2018-2019 program year!

Take a Trip Into the Field with Audubon New York
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Take a Trip Into the Field with Audubon New York

Field trips in nature are a hands-on ways students can learn about conservation.

Join the Montezuma Alliance for the Restoration of Species & Habitats
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Join the Montezuma Alliance for the Restoration of Species & Habitats

MARSH! is a program that engages volunteers to restore, protect, and enhance wildlife habitats throughout the Montezuma Wetlands Complex.