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Pileated Woodpecker. Photo: John Troth/Audubon Photography Awards
Critical reforms will protect more than 1 million acres of freshwater wetlands, and millions of migratory and nesting birds.
How much do you know about the comings and goings of the birds outside your window?
It's now easier than ever to find bird-friendly plants in your region! Explore the first-of-its-kind native plants database made possible by Susan & Coleman Burke.
Meet several species that prefer to breed outside of spring and early summer.
Governor's budget proposal includes landmark funding to create jobs and protect freshwater wetlands
New York Governor Hochul’s budget proposal would conserve more than 1 million acres of freshwater wetlands.
Forest management is easier, safer, and better for birds in the non-breeding season.
Audubon is proud to see New York commit to taking urgent action on freshwater wetlands and to advancing more measures that will help birds and people.
Healthy marsh at Mastic Beach will provide new habitat for birds and help protect the community during storm events.
Whether novice or expert, backyard birder or a globetrotting adventurer, we’ve got something for everyone on your list. Better yet: For many of these products, their purchase also benefits bird habitat.
Once, the Wild Turkey vanished from New York. Then it became a conservation success story.
When hawks and falcons stream across the sky in large numbers, you need a distinct set of birding skills to tell them apart.
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