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Tree Swallow. Photo: Jordan West/Audubon Photography Awards
Young conservationists' colorful signs encourage beach-goers to share the shore with birds.
Audubon New York and students dig in at West Side Community Garden
The New York State Legislature passed the most aggressive climate change legislation in the nation.
Female conservation leaders receive coveted Rachel Carson Award for dedication to conserving public parks and preserving bird-friendly native plants.
The Save Our Waters bill has been signed into law by Governor Cuomo, protecting New York's coasts for birds and people.
You can turn your yard, patio, or balcony into a haven for birds and other pollinators by choosing native plants!
Audubon New York applauds New York State for enacting proposals that will benefit birds, people, and other wildlife.
Recognized for her outstanding work on behalf of environmental protection and natural resource conservation
Founding Board Member and Driving Force for the Green Space Movement
Audubon and partners in the Healing our Waters Coalition take on Washington, D.C. for 2019 Great Lakes Day
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