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Blue-winged Warbler. Photo: Photo: Karen Brown/Audubon Photography Awards
Being outside in nature can help lift your spirits during challenging times.
A new atlas is completed every twenty years. Lucky you, the third New York BBA began in January!
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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.
These Audubon Chapter projects offer incredible new opportunities for local people to help birds.
The Governor's proposal includes measures to protect threatened and endangered species.
Black-throated Blue Warblers now start spring migration 5.5 days sooner than they did in the 1960s, a new study finds. Is climate change to blame?
Climate action, renewable energy, and wetlands were among the priorities highlighted.
Vital restoration program protects quality, clean water for birds and people at risk.
Students from the Bronx Junior Photo League visit NYC's Governors Island to learn how to photograph birds.
Here are many of the best locations, statewide, for spotting the ultimate American bird.
100-year-old bipartisan conservation law in the cross-hairs
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveils a strong environmental agenda for 2020 that will protect New York State’s birds and people.
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