We are the voice for birds in New York State.
Blue-winged Warbler. Photo: Photo: Karen Brown/Audubon Photography Awards
It includes the first environmental bond act in over 24 years, a critical source of funding streams, wetlands, and coasts.
Being outside in nature can help lift your spirits during challenging times.
Join us every month for a free interactive webinar offering an inside look at the latest bird conservation science, research, and best practices.
Northern Flicker Photo: Sheen Watkins/Audubon Photography Awards
Your dollars save birds. It's that simple.
We work with lawmakers at the local, state, and federal level to pass effective conservation policies and legislation.
That's where the birds are, after all.
Calling all young bird lovers in New York! We need your creativity to help beach-nesting birds.
A new set of guiding principles for offshore wind development focuses on avoiding negative impacts, and addressing information gaps
In order to keep campers, volunteers, and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic Audubon has decided to cancel 2020 summer camp programming.
The new Bird-friendly Maple Project being piloted in New York will help birds and anyone who loves syrup on pancakes.
Live in New York and want to attract birds, bees, and other pollinators to your home or community? Start here.
Pause and enjoy a peaceful moment with the birds.
It's more than just a hashtag. Use this digital toolkit to make waves for vulnerable birds.
After learning which migratory flyway they live in, kids create invitations that promote the local area as a good place for birds to stop or stay.
Kids play an interactive game following the migration journeys of five species. Then, they write their own migration story.
Due to COVID-19, many researchers who track avian health have stopped or limited work just as migration, breeding, and nesting season ramps up.
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