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Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY
Montezuma Audubon Center

Black Terns, the "Bald Eagle Success Story" of Central NY

State-endangered birds are nesting again thanks to successful marsh restoration experiment

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Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats
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Audubon Honors Bahamas National Trust, Mass Audubon, and NYC Plover Project for Protecting Threatened Piping Plovers Across Essential Habitats

David Sibley accepts Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing for influencing change through the written word.

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New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary And Audubon Center

New Motus Station Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over the Long Island’s North Shore

The Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center’s “Motus” wildlife tracking station receives pings from tracking devices on birds, helping scientists better understand their movements.

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News & Updates

Public Input Needed on Great Lakes Restoration Planning
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Public Input Needed on Great Lakes Restoration Planning

Over the last thirteen years, the US Congress has invested over $3.8 billion in more than 7,000 projects as part of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

$700,000 Project Restores Salt Marsh and Bird Habitat in Queens
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$700,000 Project Restores Salt Marsh and Bird Habitat in Queens

​Audubon partners with NYC Parks, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, and neighborhood activists to improve Hook Creek Park.

 Hudson Valley’s “Laurel & Ash Farm” Becomes Bird-Friendly Maple Syrup Producer
Working Lands

Hudson Valley’s “Laurel & Ash Farm” Becomes Bird-Friendly Maple Syrup Producer

Just in time for farmers’ market season, Laurel & Ash is being recognized for managing its sugarbush in ways that help declining forest birds.

How Birds Fare in the New State Budget
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How Birds Fare in the New State Budget

Environmental Protection Fund gets another $400 million, and more good news for New York's birds

Construction on New Visitor Center at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center is Nearly Complete

Construction on New Visitor Center at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center is Nearly Complete

Just in time for its centennial, the Sanctuary expects the new visitor center to open in May!

Open Letter from the CEO on Audubon’s Name
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Open Letter from the CEO on Audubon’s Name

Hear directly from Dr. Elizabeth Gray on why Audubon is keeping its name.

Fairbanks Maple Officially Recognized as a Bird-Friendly Maple Syrup Producer
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Fairbanks Maple Officially Recognized as a Bird-Friendly Maple Syrup Producer

Just in time for production season, this Chautauqua County family-run business is being recognized for managing its sugarbush in ways that help declining forest birds.

​Audubon Announces First-Ever Endorsed Foresters
Working Lands

​Audubon Announces First-Ever Endorsed Foresters

We are thrilled to share that Caitlin Cusack (Vermont) and John MacNaught (New York) have become endorsed for prioritizing bird habitat in their management recommendations.

Keeping Your Feeder Birds Safe This Winter
Birding

Keeping Your Feeder Birds Safe This Winter

These simple tips can ensure your feeder is a safe source of food for birds all year long.