what we do

  • Education

    We offer field trips, workshops & programs to explore birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

  • Sanctuaries

    We protect over 300 acres of wildlife habitat in eight wildlife sanctuaries.

  • Advocacy

    We advocate on environmental issues with Audubon New York & National Audubon.

Croton Point
View of Hudson from Croton Point. Photo: SMRA

Protection and improvement of bird habitat at Croton Point Park is one of our local issues of concern. This peninsula in the Hudson River is an important area for bird migration and nesting and is also a popular recreation spot for people. We are advocating for a better balance in park management because bird habitat in this park affects bird populations well beyond Westchester County.

advocacy

advocacy
Photo: USDA

Saw Mill River Audubon is committed to being a reasoned voice for the environment through advocacy based on sound science.

We work with a wide range of organizations, state and local governments, other Audubon chapters and Audubon New York and National Audubon to address shared concerns.

The links below will help you add your voice with ours on environmental issues that matter for birds, other wildlife and habitats.

We also encourage you to let us know if there is a local environmental issue that concerns you. If it is outside our chapter area, we'll refer you to other contacts, including one of the other Audubon chapters in our area.

links to find out more