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Birding & Birds


Photo of Tufted titmouse
Tufted titmouse - a common bird seen
at bird feeders in northern Westchester County.

Birds are important indicators of environmental
quality and habitat conditions.

Audubon is often associated with birdwatching,
or birding, but bird conservation is our primary focus.

Birds are active year-round. Most are active during daylight hours. Birds come in a wide variety of colors. Birds make sounds. Birds fly. For these reasons and more, birds are the most visible form of wildlife and easiest to observe.

By watching and counting birds,
Audubon monitors environmental health.

Birding is the fasting growing recreational sport, and it's fun!

Local Birding Links

General Birding Links

New York State & Regional Birding Links

National and International Birding Links

To find out more about our environmental education outreach, please select from the text menu below.

[Free Public Programs & Field Trips]
[Classroom Presentations] [Sanctuary Tours]

[Local Wildlife Info] [Info on Birds and Birding]
[Summer Scholarships for Teachers & Students]

You are invited to come to our free public programs and field trips, visit our sanctuaries and add your voice to ours to protect the natural world. Come, meet us and see, in person, what we do!

We also invite you to consider joining us as a member.

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275 Millwood Road • Chappaqua, New York 10514
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