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Scientists Still Searching for the Pathogen Behind the East's Songbird Epidemic
— In a new report, experts ruled out a range of causes, but they still recommend taking down feeders until the source of the disease is identified.
Giving Tuesday LIVE ALL DAY for Wildlife
— Swoop in or out as suits your schedule!
Why Leashing Dogs Is an Easy Way to Protect Birds and Their Chicks
— Dog owners might not realize it, but ample research shows how unleashed canines can disrupt and harm wildlife.
The Issue with Birds and Glass [plus webinar]
What makes birds susceptible to collisions in New York and beyond? Audubon scientists answer.
How To Participate: New York Breeding Bird Atlas
A new atlas is completed every twenty years. Lucky you, the third New York BBA began in January!
— Your support helps us give birds a fighting chance.
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!
How to Help an Injured or Orphaned Bird
Here's what to do if you find injured, sick, or orphaned birds.
Three Ways You Can Help Migrating Birds This Fall
— Migrants heading south face myriad man-made obstacles, but there are actions we can all take to save their lives.
How to Report Banded Shorebirds
— Reporting re-sightings of banded birds plays an important role in shorebird conservation.
Contribute to Our Conservation Success
You play an important role in our mission to protect birds & the habitats they need to survive.