Audubon New York Annual Birdathon

A day of birdwatching statewide with the staff of Audubon New York.

Eastern Bluebird Photo: Dolan, Flickr cc

What is Birdathon?

Birdathon is an important annual fundraising event that involves all of Audubon New York’s staff along with their supporters, bird watching for a continuous 24 hour period and collecting pledges from generous sponsors like you! While is it isn’t necessary to bird watch for the full duration of 24 hours, there will be various activities for participants to join at the different offices around the state. To learn more contact the location closest to you!

2 Ways to Participate:

Join a team- Teams throughout New York head our on various days during a week every spring to do their Birdathon. Choose an Audubon New York office nearest to you and call or e-mail to join us! 

Birdathon takes place annually in mid-May; stay tuned!

Audubon New York State Headquarters
2 Third Street, Suite 480, Troy, NY 12180 
Phone: 518-869-9731 

Audubon New York- Ithaca Office
c/o Cornell Lab of Ornithology 
159 Sapsucker Woods Road 
Ithaca, NY 14850 

Audubon New York- Watertown/St. Lawrence Valley Team
21168 NYS Route 232, Watertown, NY 13601
Phone: 315-782-7289 ext. 112

Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary
127 Warren Landing Road, Cold Spring, NY 10516 
Phone: 845-265-2601 

Montezuma Audubon Center
2295 State Route 89 North, Savannah, NY 13146 
Phone: 315-365-3580 

Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Cente
134 Cove Road, Oyster Bay, NY 11771 
Phone: 516-922-3200 

Support a team- Pledge your support to an individual or one of the teams that will be out in the field counting birds May 12th. Pledges can be based on the number of species seen, or you can pledge a flat amount. Click here to donate to support a Birder or just Audubon New York Birdathon in general!

Photos from the 2017 Audubon New York Birdathon

Marsh Wren
Baltimore Oriole
Red-bellied Woodpecker

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