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Tree Swallow. Photo: Jordan West/Audubon Photography Awards
Just in time for farmers’ market season, Laurel & Ash is being recognized for managing its sugarbush in ways that help declining forest birds.
Environmental Protection Fund gets another $400 million, and more good news for New York's birds
Just in time for production season, this Chautauqua County family-run business is being recognized for managing its sugarbush in ways that help declining forest birds.
New York commits to taking action on climate change and to advancing more measures that will help birds and people.
Bill sets a statewide goal of conserving 30 percent of New York State’s land and water by 2030.
An update to the Coastal Barrier Resources Act would impact birds that depend on our shoreline, wetlands, and estuaries.
Critical reforms will protect more than 1 million acres of freshwater wetlands, and millions of migratory and nesting birds.
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