Important Bird Areas
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What You Can Do to Help
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For the Birds!
Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary
Montezuma Audubon Center
Prospect Park Audubon Center
Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center
Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Center
Buttercup Farm Audubon Sanctuary
RamsHorn-Livingston Audubon Sanctuary
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Take flight with Audubon
— 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!
What To Do With an Injured or Orphaned Bird
Guidelines on what to do if you encounter 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.
Your Dollars at Work
Explore the conservation efforts your dollars support, and find more information about the progress we've made for birds and people in 2017.
Where birds thrive, people prosper.
— One donation can impact an entire ecosystem.
Join Audubon New York for #GivingTuesday
Entering its fifth year, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
Be a Citizen Scientist and Help Us Protect the Hummingbirds!
Audubon’s Hummingbirds at Home App Provides Scientists with Sweet, Sweet Data
Jon Hamm Rescues Small Birds, and You Can Too
— Here are the do’s and don’ts of escorting trapped birds outdoors.
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You play an important role in our mission to protect birds & the habitats they need to survive.