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Be a Good Egg
Take flight with Audubon
'Beach Bucket Brigade' Strives to Make Beaches Cleaner, Beachgoers More Mindful
— Two sisters on Long Island are channeling their love of nature to make a difference for wildlife.
A Biologist’s Secret to Beach-nesting Bird Photography
How the Next Generation is Creatively Tackling Bird Conservation
— Young students encourage everyone to "Be a Good Egg," by respecting wildlife at the beach.
Long Island Students Spread Artful Awareness
— Young conservationists' colorful signs encourage beach-goers to share the shore with birds.
Hempstead Town Launches Awareness Campaign To Protect Endangered Species With Students And Conservationists
— Students' artwork will remind beach-goers to 'Share the Shore' with nesting birds.
How to Become a Bird-friendly Beachgoer
— Going to the beach is great, but people aren’t the only ones who enjoy it. Here’s how you can protect shorebirds while soaking up the sun.
"Be a Good Egg" on the Sound
— We are "sharing the shore" with beach-nesting birds on the Long Island Sound with the help of volunteers and beach-goers!
2017 "Share the Shore" Artwork
— We are taking a look back at some of our favorite student-designed signs urging the public to "share the shore" with birds.
Be a Good Egg, Share the Shore
Young Women in Conservation
The coast as seen by our 2017 shorebird technicians, Lindsey DeLuna and Alyssa Lefebvre.
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