Southern Adirondack Audubon Society

Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats and the advancement of environmental education
Southern Adirondack Audubon Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit

Bog Meadow Brook Fort Edward Grasslands Carter's Pond
Serving over 500 members in Warren, Washington, and northern Saratoga counties of New York State

Letter of Appeal
"Thank You"

We are offering  you a choice of two beautiful bird portraits as a gift
 for donating $50.00  or more to our year-end appeal.  

  You can see them by clicking here.

You can now make a secure donation online through!

Next Event!
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Wed, Mar 25
7 p.m.

"Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and Other Birds of Costa Rica"

More Info Here!

North Country
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Northern Harriers!
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What's new?
The Results of the 2014 Christmas Bird Count Are In!

Read compiler Linda White's report here.

Our chapter would like to express its sincere thanks to Linda for her many years of work on our Christmas count.  It involves a lot of planning and paperwork and we are grateful
for her continued leadership.

Read about the Lake George Land Conservancy's 2014 breeding bird survey  in the Town of Putnam.   This is another project funded by Southern Adirondack Audubon members and supporters.
 Click here to access the report and photos.
Lark Sparrow Our chapter bird list grew to 281 species on December 14
 with the addition of a Lark Sparrow discovered on Blackhouse Rd. in Fort Edward by Jeanette Roundy!

See the complete list of birds sighted in
our chapter area here.


 Eastern Bluebird Project

In 2014 our Eastern Bluebird monitors reported 42 fledglings!  The season is just around the corner, so if you would like to become a bluebird monitor, contact us at:

Our sincere thanks go out to bluebird monitors Barbara Beatty, Pat Fitzgerald, Chris Germain, Joyce Miller, and Mary Lou Munger for their time and dedication.

Eastern Bluebird by Gordie Ellmers
Eastern Bluebird
Photo by Gordie Ellmers