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Putting Her “Green Thumb” to the Ground for Birds
— Local Audubon chapter leader is transforming Long Island with native plants.
There’s a Growing Political Push To Make More Buildings Bird-Safe
— In Congress, state legislatures, and some of our biggest cities, policies to prevent deadly collisions are gaining ground.
Changing the Face of Urban Gardens
— Audubon New York and students dig in at West Side Community Garden
Buying Seeds? Attract and Protect Birds with Native Plants
— You can turn your yard, patio, or balcony into a haven for birds and other pollinators by choosing native plants!
Plants for Birds in a Warming World
— You can help birds threatened by climate change through bird-friendly gardening.
Plants for Birds
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.
How to: Create Window Clings to Prevent Bird Collisions
A fun & easy way to prevent spring migrants from flying into your windows.
Native Plants for Birds
— Attract and protect the birds you love while making your space beautiful, easy to care for, and better for the environment.
Grow These Native Plants So Your Backyard Birds Can Feast
— Native plants beat even the best bird feeder. Here’s what to put in your garden to transform it into a year-round wonderland.
Book Review: The Great Healthy Yard Project
— Physician and author Diane Lewis tells us why it’s important we get contaminants out of our water once and for all.
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