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Audubon Society

Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats and the advancement of environmental education

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Local Birding
For information on places to bird, see the SAAS Birding Locations page.
For answers to your birding questions and much, much more, see Joyce Miller’s Birds of New York State page.
Need help identifying a bird?  Try Cornell’s new Merlin app or download the FREE Audubon birding app.

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Birds – Research and Conservation
New York State Ornithological Association – Documents the ornithological records of New York, and works to protect birds and their habitats
Cornell Lab of Ornithology – Research, Education, and Citizen Science focused on birds
Important Bird Areas – A global effort to identify and conserve areas that are vital to birds

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Citizen Science
Christmas Bird Count – Your opportunity to participate in the longest-running avain bird count  –  while enjoying a day with local birders!
Cornell Lab  of Ornithology leads the way with Project Feederwatch, Great Backyard Bird Count, eBird and other opportunities for the birder to participate in valuable avian research projects
Mountain Birdwatch – combine your love of hiking with birding, and collect valuable data for this important program

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Help for Injured Wildlife
North Country Wild Care – Help for injured wildlife in the Warren, Washington, and Saratoga county regions

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Audubon Links of Interest
National Audubon Society
225 Varick St, 7th Floor,
New York, New York 10014
Audubon New York
9 Thurlow Terrace, Suite 100
Albany, NY 12203