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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.

Photograph by Dan Kristiansen

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Avalon Nature Walk Recap

Avalon Nature Walk Recap

The walk last week was at Avalon Preserve at Stony Brook. It was a nice crisp fall morning, with bright sunshine and colors starting to show. Eleven folks showed up for our morning walk.

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John Lennon’s “Imagine”, released in 1971, told of a supposed world full of peace with no absolute values or consequence. Today we continue to reach that goal in the Audubon Society against climate change.

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Upcoming Events

Nature Walks

  • Blydenburgh County Park Nature Walk

    Join us this upcoming Tuesday for our Blydenburgh County Park Nature Walk at 9:30am located at Blydenburg County Park.

    November 2 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm at Blydenburgh County Park
  • Suffolk County Farm Nature Walk

    Take Sunrise Highway to exit 57N, Horseblock Rd. Bear right onto County Road 21, Yaphank Ave. Travel approximately one mile to the Cornell Cooperative Extension on left. Turn left onto the entrance

    May 31, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm at Suffolk County Farm

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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