Migration is Upon Us!

Want to know the best places to view spring migrants? Your local Audubon chapter can help!

American Redstart.
American Redstart. Photo: Tom Warren/Audubon Photography Awards

Spring is finally upon us, and no matter where you live in New York, there are sure to be bird walks with a nearby Audubon chapter!


Looking for birding on Long Island? You can find activities with any of the 7 chapters there, including Four Harbors AudubonSouth Shore Audubon, North Shore Audubon, and others

If you’re in New York City, check out NYC Audubon’s listing of events and adventures.

Explore the Hudson River and Westchester area with Hudson River Audubon Society, Saw Mill River Audubon, Bedford Audubon, or another neighboring chapter.


If you're further upstate, an Audubon Society of the Capital Region, Southern Adirondack Audubon or Northern New York Audubon outing can introduce you to the wild hot spots in the Adirondack region.

If you’re in the Adirondack Region June 8-10, find the Adirondack Birding Festival (2018) schedule here! 

Central & Western NY

In Central New York, a visit to Derby Hill with Onondaga Audubon or in the southern tier with Chemung Valley Audubon might fit the bill. Those looking for a Western New York adventure may find it with Buffalo Audubon staff from Beaver Meadow Audubon Center or our friends at the Audubon Community Nature Center in Jamestown.

There is sure to be something fun for everyone. Find your local Audubon chapter here to learn more!


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