Northern New York Audubon is dedicated to conserving and restoring natural ecosystems in the Adirondacks, focusing on habitats of particular importance to birds, other wildlife, humanity and the Earth’s biological diversity as a whole. As one of  National Audubon’s 27 local chapters in New York, NNYA endeavors to “promote the protection and proper management of birds, other wildlife and their habitats through advocacy and education.”  

If not already a member, consider joining Northern New York Audubon and help us achieve our conservation and education goals. Please accept our invitation to attend a program or field trip to learn more!

Recent News:

The dates and times for the Northern New York Christmas Bird Counts (CBC’s) have been announced. Save the date to participate in one (or many) of these important bird surveys. They are a great way for novice and expert birders alike to get out in the field and contribute to citizen science.