Coasts

With Monitoring Limited, Someone Drove Through a Snowy Plover Nesting Site

With Monitoring Limited, Someone Drove Through a Snowy Plover Nesting Site

— Due to pandemic-related restrictions, vulnerable shorebirds may have to rely on the kindness of strangers this breeding season.
10 Times Plovers Made My Day

10 Times Plovers Made My Day

— Do birds get any cuter?
WATCH: Coastal Resilience

WATCH: Coastal Resilience

— Hear about the work Audubon is doing to make our coasts more resilient for birds and people.
An Inside Look: Coastal Resilience

An Inside Look: Coastal Resilience

A webinar presentation on Audubon's work to make coasts more resilient for the birds and people of Connecticut and New York.
Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

Audubon Receives Grants to Make Our Coasts More Resilient to Climate Change

— Projects in North Carolina, New York and California will improve coastal wetlands for birds and people.
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.