'Be a Good Egg' Press Conference with the Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Kate Murray. Photo: Lauren Audi
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The list helps prioritize conservation efforts for birds and other wildlife.
It was a year of native plants (22,000, to be exact), new conservation programs, and tremendous advocacy action for birds and people.
Between December 14 and January 5, participants will join the world’s longest-running wildlife census, which contributes invaluable data to bird population research.
Projects in North Carolina, New York and California will improve coastal wetlands for birds and people.
By following birds, we learn about the greatest threats they and our communities face. And we find ways to address them.
Join us every month for an interactive webinar offering an inside look at the latest bird conservation science, research, and best practices.
Gregory Long and David Quammen are the recipients of the Thomas W. Keesee, Jr. Conservation Award and the Audubon New York Award for Environmental Writing
With help from Audubon chapters, volunteers, and partners, Audubon New York had one of its most successful coastal field seasons to date.
Our coasts are changing, but we can help keep them resilient to benefit birds and people.
Enter your zip code into Audubon’s Birds and Climate Visualizer and it will show you how climate change will impact your birds and your community and includes ways you can help.
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