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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
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Come into the Press Room

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

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News from the Nest
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News from the Nest

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

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How to: Create Window Clings to Prevent Bird Collisions
Bird-Friendly Communities

How to: Create Window Clings to Prevent Bird Collisions

A fun & easy way to prevent spring migrants from flying into your windows.

May 2017 | News from the Nest
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May 2017 | News from the Nest

Read an important update here, plus conservation highlights from around our network.

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
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$136K in grants going to Great Lakes research projects

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

How to Memorize Bird Songs by Using Mental Images
Get Outside

How to Memorize Bird Songs by Using Mental Images

Part three of our new series to help you build your birding skills—and love of birds—by learning how to bird by ear.

Become an Audubon Ambassador
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Become an Audubon Ambassador

Use your voice to help birds in a changing climate.

From Coast to Coast, Audubon Stood Up for Birds at the March for Science
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From Coast to Coast, Audubon Stood Up for Birds at the March for Science

To show support for science-based conservation, Audubon members rallied with the masses across the globe on Saturday.

Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge continues its expansion
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Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge continues its expansion

Migratory fowl are flocking to Central New York.