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'Be a Good Egg' Press Conference with the Town of Hempstead Supervisor, Kate Murray. Photo: Lauren Audi

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Meet Our "Be a Good Egg" Interns
Be A Good Egg

Meet Our "Be a Good Egg" Interns

A new internship program helps Long Island students get started in the conservation field.

Meet Our New Forester for the Birds
Healthy Forests

Meet Our New Forester for the Birds

As a Forest Program Associate for Connecticut and New York, Rosa Goldman works with local landowners to make their forests healthier for birds and other wildlife.

How to Know If a Shorebird Is Being Disturbed
Be A Good Egg

How to Know If a Shorebird Is Being Disturbed

Learn the signs of bird disturbance and what you can do to help beach-nesting birds.

Opportunity to Gain 20,000 Protected Coastal Acres
Advocacy

Opportunity to Gain 20,000 Protected Coastal Acres

An update to the Coastal Barrier Resources Act would impact birds that depend on our shoreline, wetlands, and estuaries.

Long Island Students Receive Awards for “Share the Shore” Artwork
Be A Good Egg

Long Island Students Receive Awards for “Share the Shore” Artwork

Artistic educational signs by Drexel Elementary School students will be on display at nesting sites across the north shore

Five Forest-dependent Birds that Return in Early Spring
Conservation

Five Forest-dependent Birds that Return in Early Spring

Learn about each species and what you can do to improve forest habitat.

Construction Begins on the Visitor Center at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center
Theodore Roosevelt

Construction Begins on the Visitor Center at the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary and Audubon Center

Thanks to generous donors, this Long Island-based nature center is breaking ground on the final phase of a major revitalization.

Passed! Historic Wetlands Protections Included in New York State Budget
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Passed! Historic Wetlands Protections Included in New York State Budget

Critical reforms will protect more than 1 million acres of freshwater wetlands, and millions of migratory and nesting birds.