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Key Takeaways from Governor Kathy Hochul's 2023 State of the State Address
News

Key Takeaways from Governor Kathy Hochul's 2023 State of the State Address

— New York commits to taking action on climate change and to advancing more measures that will help birds and people.
Audubon Applauds New Law Establishing 30X30 Goal for New York State
Advocacy

Audubon Applauds New Law Establishing 30X30 Goal for New York State

— Bill sets a statewide goal of conserving 30 percent of New York State’s land and water by 2030.
Nearly $1M Awarded to Audubon Conservation Projects in Connecticut and New York
News

Nearly $1M Awarded to Audubon Conservation Projects in Connecticut and New York

— Funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will allow Audubon Connecticut and New York to continue and start new conservation projects.
New York's First Maple Producers Receive Bird-Friendly Recognition
Press Room

New York's First Maple Producers Receive Bird-Friendly Recognition

— Syrup from Bird-Friendly Maple producers is good for birds, and your breakfast table!
Audubon New York Delivers Testimony at the 2020 Joint Legislative Budget Hearing
Advocacy

Audubon New York Delivers Testimony at the 2020 Joint Legislative Budget Hearing

— Testimony of Erin McGrath, Policy Manager, Audubon New York
New York Botanical Garden Leader and Acclaimed Author Receive Audubon Society Conservation Awards
Events

New York Botanical Garden Leader and Acclaimed Author Receive Audubon Society Conservation Awards

— Gregory Long and David Quammen are the recipients of the Thomas W. Keesee, Jr. Conservation Award and the Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing
Offshore Drilling is Banned in New York State's Waters
Press Room

Offshore Drilling is Banned in New York State's Waters

— The Save Our Waters bill has been signed into law by Governor Cuomo, protecting New York's coasts for birds and people.
Spruce Up the Garden—and Attract and Protect Birds with Native Plants
Bird-Friendly Communities

Spruce Up the Garden—and Attract and Protect Birds with Native Plants

— You can turn your yard, patio, or balcony into a haven for birds and other pollinators by choosing native plants!