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Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY
Montezuma Audubon Center

Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY

State-endangered birds are nesting again thanks to successful marsh restoration experiment

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Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats
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Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats

David Sibley accepts Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing for influencing change through the written word.

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New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary And Audubon Center

New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore

The Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center’s “Motus” wildlife tracking station receives pings from tracking devices on birds, helping scientists better understand their movements.

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AUDUBON ON THE GROUND

News & Updates

2023 Coastal Season Report Out
Coasts

2023 Coastal Season Report Out

Nesting shorebird recap, bilingual events, and growing outreach across Long Island

Victoria O'Neill Joins Audubon as Director of Coastal Resilience
Coasts

Victoria O'Neill Joins Audubon as Director of Coastal Resilience

Victoria will lead our efforts to protect and restore natural habitats in Connecticut and New York.

Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats
News

Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats

David Sibley accepts Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing for influencing change through the written word.

Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY
Montezuma Audubon Center

Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY

State-endangered birds are nesting again thanks to successful marsh restoration experiment

Q&A with Claire Mann, new Audubon forester
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Q&A with Claire Mann, new Audubon forester

Focusing on bird-friendly habitat projects in the Allegheny Highlands and northern New York

New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary And Audubon Center

New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore

The Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center’s “Motus” wildlife tracking station receives pings from tracking devices on birds, helping scientists better understand their movements.

All About Chicks Born on our Beaches
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All About Chicks Born on our Beaches

How much do you know about the shorebird chicks that spend their summers growing up on New York's coast?