Coasts

2019 Shorebird and Seabird Conservation Highlights

2019 Shorebird and Seabird Conservation Highlights

— With help from Audubon chapters, volunteers, and partners, Audubon New York had one of its most successful coastal field seasons to date.
Coastal Resilience and the Future of New York’s Coasts

Coastal Resilience and the Future of New York’s Coasts

— Our coasts are changing, but we can help keep them resilient to benefit birds and people.
Sustainable Swaps to Keep Beaches Clean

Sustainable Swaps to Keep Beaches Clean

Plastic pollution is a growing problem, and can be fatal for birds and other wildlife. You can help by making sustainable swaps!
New Jones Beach, Sunken Meadow Volunteer Program Launches

New Jones Beach, Sunken Meadow Volunteer Program Launches

— Volunteer beach stewards are Audubon's extra eyes and ears in the field, helping to minimize disturbance to nesting birds.
'Beach Bucket Brigade' Strives to Make Beaches Cleaner, Beachgoers More Mindful

'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.
Women in Conservation Internship

Women in Conservation Internship

Giving young women the opportunity to develop skills in habitat stewardship & wildlife management.
How the Next Generation is Creatively Tackling Bird Conservation

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

Long Island Students Spread Artful Awareness

— Young conservationists' colorful signs encourage beach-goers to share the shore with birds.
Photographers Capture Importance of Conservation

Photographers Capture Importance of Conservation

Mike Busch and other Long Islanders are turning their love of photography into a conservation movement.