Centers & Education

Increasing knowledge and awareness about birds, other wildlife, and the natural world.

For the Birds! NYC Habitat Project Photo: Audubon New York

Audubon New York’s education programs have reached thousands of children and adults from Western New York to the tip of Long Island. We have a network of nearly a dozen nature and education centers across the state and our commitment to urban education programs and reaching diverse audiences continues to grow.

News & Updates

What Does “Outdoorsy” Look Like?
Education

What Does “Outdoorsy” Look Like?

"Sustainability is not actually sustainable if doesn’t include everyone."

Putting Her “Green Thumb” to the Ground for Birds
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Putting Her “Green Thumb” to the Ground for Birds

Local Audubon chapter leader is transforming Long Island with native plants.

Changing the Face of Urban Gardens
Bird-Friendly Communities

Changing the Face of Urban Gardens

Audubon New York and students dig in at West Side Community Garden

When David Sibley Is Your Art Teacher
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When David Sibley Is Your Art Teacher

The esteemed ornithologist recently visited Brooklyn elementary schoolers taking part in Audubon New York's "For the Birds!" education program.

Grants Awarded to New York Audubon Chapters
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Grants Awarded to New York Audubon Chapters

Small grants awarded to the Audubon chapters in New York State will be used to fund unique conservation projects.

Chapter Event Brings Local 'Year of the Bird' Proclamations
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Chapter Event Brings Local 'Year of the Bird' Proclamations

Westchester County towns of Greenburgh and Scarsdale have both proclaimed it the Year of the Bird.

25 Years at Constitution Marsh
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25 Years at Constitution Marsh

Longtime director (and photographer) Eric Lind moving on

Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary undergoes $2.5M upgrade
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Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary undergoes $2.5M upgrade

Work has begun at the Oyster Bay site to renovate the entrance, fix a brass water fountain and create more space for gardens and trails.

Constitution Marsh’s Eric Lind Migrates to a New Role within Audubon
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Constitution Marsh’s Eric Lind Migrates to a New Role within Audubon

Join us at the Garrison Art Center for a pop-up photography exhibit, honoring the former Center Director

Celebrating the Groundbreaking of Renovations at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center
Centers, Sanctuaries & Chapters

Celebrating the Groundbreaking of Renovations at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center

Audubon New York implements new vision for the nation’s first songbird sanctuary.