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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
— 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
— 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
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
— 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.
Photographers Capture Importance of Conservation
Mike Busch and other Long Islanders are turning their love of photography into a conservation movement.
Take the Pledge to Be a Good Egg
Together, we can help shorebirds nest and raise their young successfully.
State Parks Announces Endangered Great Lakes Piping Plover has 100% Success on Eastern Shores of Lake Ontario for First Time in 30 years
— Piping Plovers return and have success nesting on Great Lakes' shores, with four chicks fledged.
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