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The primary mission of the Great South Bay Audubon Society is to advocate for the conservation of habitats for native birds and other native wildlife on Long Island. Click here to learn more.

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Changing Gulls in a Changing World

Changing Gulls in a Changing World

Rarely do beachgoers make it clear to the world that these dive-bombing, chip-stalking, squawking birds are nothing, but a nuisance. Despite seeing gulls flying among us every day, few people fully understand how human activity impacts the lives of these birds. Gulls...

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President’s Message

President’s Message

Hello my little birding friends! Hope you are all well and safe. I’m so glad the election is over and can’t wait until it and Covid really are over. I went outside at 10am to look for something, (Nov. 7th) with a t-shirt on! I couldn’t believe how warm it was. I saw...

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RECAP: Brookside Clean-Up

RECAP: Brookside Clean-Up

The first Saturday in October was a crisp, lovely fall day to get together at Brookside for an outdoor cleanup. It was the first in person event that we have held since COVID turned the world on its side. We had a really nice turn out with about a dozen people showing...

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Upcoming Events

Virtual Bats for Adults

Virtual Bats for Adults

March 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Virtual by Quogue Wildlife Refuge | Events

Anatomy and physical adaptations, various lifestyles of bats and bats ecological importance to the planet. Flying Fox photo by James Wainscoat

Nature Walks

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Bird Feeder Survey

Hummingbirds in Ultra-Slow Motion

The colibri (hummingbird) is a sacred bird for the Taino Indians because it is a pollinator and as such, brings life.
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Protect Birds from Climate Change.

Two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction from climate change. Urge Congress to act now.

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