'Be a Good Egg' Press Conference with the Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Kate Murray. Photo: Lauren Audi
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Audubon is engaging the younger generation to combat climate change
Newsletter of the nation's first Audubon songbird sanctuary.
The sand-colored birds are considered endangered in New York and have been protected through the federal Endangered Species Act since 1986.
A fun and rewarding pastime- here's how to get started birding!
Many updates to share as we begin our new 2018-2019 program year!
Field trips in nature are a hands-on ways students can learn about conservation.
MARSH! is a program that engages volunteers to restore, protect, and enhance wildlife habitats throughout the Montezuma Wetlands Complex.
During the "Year of the Bird," Audubon and others urge the administration to reverse the harmful changes being made to the MBTA.
Five Audubon chapters in NY were honored for their work in educating the public & protecting birds and the places they need.
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