We are the voice for birds in New York State.
Blue-winged Warbler. Photo: Photo: Karen Brown/Audubon Photography Awards
It includes the first environmental bond act in over 24 years, a critical source of funding streams, wetlands, and coasts.
Being outside in nature can help lift your spirits during challenging times.
Join us every month for a free interactive webinar offering an inside look at the latest bird conservation science, research, and best practices.
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.
Due to pandemic-related restrictions, vulnerable shorebirds may have to rely on the kindness of strangers this breeding season.
A fun and easy way to prevent migratory birds from flying into your windows.
How much do you know about the comings and goings of the birds outside your window?
Do birds get any cuter?
Without picking favorites, here are some of the birds that depend on New York's forests for feeding, nesting, and raising young.
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.
Help New York birds by creating healthier woodland habitat.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, David Yarnold shares thoughts of empathy, compassion, and community.
Audubon New York’s woman-led team is pushing conservation forward.
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