Southern Adirondack
Audubon Society

Southern Adirondack Audubon Society, Inc. is a chapter of National Audubon serving Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga and southern Hamilton counties of New York State.

Our Next Program


On Wednesday, April 26, 7:00 pm, Author Kathryn Schneider will present “Birding the Hudson Valley,” at the Saratoga Springs Public Library.

[Seating is limited. Registration required at this web link.]

In her new book “Birding the Hudson Valley,” author Kathryn Schneider provides tips, guidance, and encouragement for bird enthusiasts of all skill levels to leave their backyards and explore the rich diversity of bird life beyond the bird feeder. Her wide-ranging presentation, is packed with photos of birds from the book.

Kathryn will discuss her background as an ornithologist, teacher, and conservationist, and review the life journey that led her to spend three years writing her first book. More than a collection of bird-finding tips and hotspots, this book explores Hudson Valley history, ecology, bird habitats, and biology and describes over 80 birding sites in every county in the region.

Spring Programs
All In-Person!

Our spring programs (March, April, May and June) will all be in person at area libraries. Follow link below to our programs page for dates, times, topics and speaker bios.

[More on spring programs]


Photo: Cape May Warbler | Queensbury, NY
Don Polunci | May 16, 2020

Southern Adirondack Audubon Society (SAAS) is a certified local chapter of the National Audubon Society and incorporated in 1984 as a not-for-profit organization in New York.

  • SAAS represents ~600 member households in Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga and southern Hamilton counties in New York State.
  • SAAS’s primary goal is to protect the environment by preserving natural habitats and promoting environmental education.
  • Contact a board member to learn how you can volunteer with us in our local conservation and education work.

Videos of Past Programs

Effects of Climate Change on Montane Birds of the Northeast, Jason Hill, Ph.D. View Program
Female Birds and the Mothers of Ornithology, Bridget Butler View Program

More Past Programs