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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.
2018 Coastal Field Season Summary
— Audubon New York’s coastal conservation efforts include educational public outreach, surveying and monitoring of shorebirds, and more.
“Sense of Wonder”: Women in Conservation Internship Experience
— Insights from Audubon New York's 2018 Women in Conservation Field Technician Intern
Testimony: Hearing on Long Island Sound Water Quality
— Written Testimony of Amanda Pachomski, Long Island Bird Conservation Program Manager, Audubon New York
Hempstead Town's efforts to protect piping plovers pay off, officials say
— The sand-colored birds are considered endangered in New York and have been protected through the federal Endangered Species Act since 1986.
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.
Governor Cuomo Advances 'Save Our Waters' Bill To Prohibit Offshore Drilling Infrastructure In New York Waters
— New York Moves to Protect Coastal Communities and $23 Billion Marine Economy from Environmental Disasters.
How to Report Banded Shorebirds
— Reporting re-sightings of banded birds plays an important role in shorebird conservation.
Testimony Offshore Natural Gas and Oil Drilling Lease Authorization
— Audubon New York opposes expanded offshore drilling in the Atlantic.
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