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Read (and watch a webinar recording!) about the breeding behavior and nesting habits of some of our most visible species.
A webinar presentation on Audubon's work to make coasts more resilient for the birds and people of Connecticut and New York.
Pollinators play a huge role in not only the ecosystem but our daily lives. Learn more about their habitat needs of pollinators and the role native plants play in supporting them.
A breakdown of Audubon's conservation priorities—from Coasts to Working Lands—and how we're addressing them at the state level to benefit birds.
From climate-related flooding to invasive species, marsh birds in New York face many threats.
In order to help marshes adapt to sea-level rise, Audubon's team is working with partners to protect marsh migration corridors, restoring marsh, and improving resilience of marsh
These work sites are essential to protecting birds and people from increased flooding and more frequent storms.
Rising sea levels, stronger storms, and human development are squeezing salt marsh and beach habitats.