BIRD-WATCHING LINKS

Birdingpal.org: information for traveling birdwatchers.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology: a membership institution interpreting and conserving the Earth’s biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science.

HawkCount.org: migration data from Fire Island and throughout North America.

Important Bird Areas: information about New York’s IBAs.

Long Island Birding.com

New York State Breeding Bird Atlas

Nutty Birdwatcher: the place to go to find birds.

NYC Bird Report

Rare Bird Alert: alerts throughout North America.

Trails.com: information on trails and birding.


ORGANIZATION LINKS

American Bird Conservancy: information on bird conservation throughout the western hemisphere, including the Cats Indoors! campaign.

American Birding Association

Environmental Advocates of NY: keep track of your elected officials’ votes in Albany.

League of Conservation Voters: keep track of your elected officials’ votes in Washington, DC.

National Audubon Society

Eastern Long Island Audubon Society

Four Harbors Audubon Society

Great South Bay Audubon Society

Huntington Audubon Society,

New York Audubon

North Shore Audubon Society

North Fork Audubon Society

Natural Resources Defense Council

New York State Ornithological Association


GOVERNMENT LINKS

Gateway National Recreation Area (including Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge)

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

U.S. Department of the Interior

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service


OTHER LINKS

Dr. Russell L. Burke, Associate Professor, Hofstra University: information on reptiles and amphibians, including the Terrapin Volunteer Program at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.

eNature: a Web site for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and environmentalists.

Environmental News Network (ENN): news and information service.

Friends of Hempstead Plains: preservation and restoration of the Hempstead Plains and educational programs about this special and rapidly vanishing ecological and historical habitat.


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