Welcome to Audubon New York's Virtual Classroom! Explore educational content, videos, and live streaming for bird and nature lovers of all ages and knowledge levels. Choose from introductory to more in-depth information and formats.
Created by Audubon naturalists and program experts, this online library offers nature insights, fun facts, and ways you can take action today to help protect birds and the places they need.
For more nature activities, DIY, and lessons for home, check out Audubon for Kids.
Kids Corner: For the young or young-at-heart
A Colorful Way to Help Keep Shorebirds Safe
Calling all young bird lovers in New York! We need your creativity to help beach-nesting birds.
Pigeon Watch: Get to Know (and Love) Our Amazing City Birds
You can learn a lot from watching pigeons! After observing pigeons from a window, park bench, or using online videos, kids use a checklist to spot different behaviors and color morphs.
How to: Create Window Decals to Prevent Bird Collisions
A fun and easy way to prevent migratory birds from flying into your windows.
Explore the videos and resources below to learn more about seasonal bird migration, and how to provide bird-friendly habitat—from your garden to woodlands.
The Issue with Birds and Glass [plus webinar]
What makes birds susceptible to collisions in New York and beyond? Audubon scientists answer.
Beginners Guide to Native Plants for Birds
Live in New York and want to attract birds, bees, and other pollinators to your home or community? Start here.
WATCH: Spring Migration
Get an inside look at the science behind bird migration with this webinar recording.
Seasonal Tips for a Bird-Friendly Backyard
A to-do list that will keep the birds happy all year-long!
WATCH: An Inside Look at Healthy Forests
On this webinar recording we take a close look at some of the threats our forests and forest birds face, and what we can do to help.
Shrubland & Young Forest Habitat Management
Habitat management on private lands play an integral role in supporting at-risk species.
Science and Conservation
Look Up! Hawkwatch is here in New York
Where are the best places to watch, count, and photograph fall raptor migration? Find out here.
Community Science Programs
You can help Audubon New York track and protect birds of New York and the entire Atlantic Flyway.
WATCH: Coastal Resilience
Hear about the work Audubon is doing to make our coasts more resilient for birds and people.
Donate to Audubon
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.