Audubon New York: Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
Backyard Birder: offers feeders, bird watching tips, feed, field guides, and links. Birding Break: Explore two of the most popular hawk watches in N. America with our virtual tour of Hawk Mountain and Cape May and see how many hawks in flight you can find and identify! Birdnet: The ornithological information source. Birding Pal: The Global Birding Pal Club is where birders find each other. Birdzilla: All about birding N. America, with articles, info on birding destinations and backyard counts. Birding America: This site has pictures from birding hotspots in the U.S. and Canda, with brief, often humorous, commentary about each site.
Central Florida Birdwatchers: Features announcements of Central Florida birding festivals, reports of rare bird sightings, regional bird lists.and detailed descriptions of birding locations. Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Isand This organization's goal is to study and preserve our delicate coastal ecosystems mostly through marine mammal and sea turtle research. They also have great pelagic bird cruises during the summer months. A site worth checking out (and I happen to be a board member). Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology: A membership institution interpreting and conserving earths biological diversity through research, education and citizen science focused on birds.
Enature.Com: Great site for bird identification. Includes ID info, pictures, and location. Great reference.
Fire Island Enumerators: This is the group that counts the hawks migrating at Robert Moses Hawk Watch. Lots of good information. Four Harbors Audubon Society chapter serves the towns of Centereach, Coram, East Setauket, Farmingville, Kings Park, Lake Grove Middle Island, Miller Place, Mount Sinai, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Ridge, Rocky Point, Saint James, Selden, Shoreham, Smithtown, Sound Beach, and Stony Brook.
Great Backyard Bird Count: Together citizens and scientists, track birds and contribute the findings online to define bird ranges, populations, migration pathways, and habitat needs.
Hiking Long Island: My Primary goal in building this website is to allow more people to appreciate the value of the remaining open space on Long Island.
Long Island Birding: This site is about Long Island birding and birders. It's an exciting hobby and Long Island offers wonderful places to bird and wonderful birds to see. I hope this site will be fun and informative, and that you will enjoy your visits here! Long Island Pine Barrons Society: Another organization fighting to save open spaces here on Long Island. A good site to find out what battles are being fought and what issues currently need attention.
Nature Conservancy: They work to raise money to buy up land for conservation. Parcel by Parcel they are saving our open spaces. North Fork Audubon Society: We are a local chapter of the National Audubon Society. We cover the entire North Fork of Long Island, New York, from Jamesport to Orient Point; including the Towns of Southold, Shelter Island, and Fishers Island. North Shore Audubon Society: The area served by this chapter reaches along the north shore of Long Island, east from Great Neck to Cold Spring Harbor, and south to New Hyde Park and Westbury.
Ornithological Council: Represents ten Ornithological Societies. Provides scientific information about birds to Congress, regulatory agencies, decision-makers in business and other private organizations.
Partners in flight: An ossociation supported by federal, state/regional governments dedicated to the preservation of bird species that summer in N. America and winter in S. America.
Raptor Center: Information on raptors and caring for wounded birds of prey. From the University of Minnesota. Raptor Research Foundation: Informs scientists and the general public about the role of raptors in nature, and to promote the conservation of raptors whose populations are threatened.
South Fork Museum of Natural History: Museum exhibits, many nature related activities for all ages.
Virtual Birder: Take a Birding Break with a simulated birding trip to a popular North American destination.
Wilson Ornithological Society: For people who share a curiosity of birds. The WOS recognizes the unique role of the serious amateur in ornithology.
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"From the Barrens to the Bays"
Eastern Long Island Audubon Society, Inc.
A New York Chapter of National Audubon Society
Serving communities from Patchogue to Montauk including Southampton, East Hampton,
Western Riverhead, Brookhaven