ABA provides a community, forum, and resources for every birder, bird watcher, and bird enthusiast.
A simple, practical, affordable solution to prevent bird collisions into windows.
A key for identifying the reptiles and amphibians found on Long
Island (L.I.), Staten Island (S.I.) and Manhattan.
The website of Audubon New York, the state program of the National
Audubon Society and formerly National Audubon Society of New York
40 beautiful acres of woods, ponds and gardens in
Lattingtown on Long Island’s North Shore. They are open every day,
year-round. Admission is FREE - donations are welcome.
Have you always wondered how experienced birders can
confidently identify birds with just a glimpse? The Cornell Lab's
wonderful resource will help you learn the identification skills you
need by describing the characteristics birders pay particular
attention to in the field.
Experiential education in a natural setting with a
variety of eco-tours, water-based nature/adventure camps, and
personalized clinics in open water swimming, surfing, kayaking and
stand-up paddle boarding throughout the east end of Long Island.
Heading out east for some birding, kayaking or other kind of
adventuring? Spend the night in East Hampton at a sunny and spacious
rental studio with its own private entrance. Visit the page for more information
A gallery containing over 1,000 incredible wildlife photos from a
NYC based photographer.
An online resource for everything from
finding the best local businesses, to planning a fun filled weekend.
Whether you're a local looking for things to do, or you're from out
of town, we've got everything you need to know about Long Island, all in one place.
A site about Long Island bird watching, birds and birders.
It's an exciting hobby and Long Island is a wonderful place to be a
birder and has wonderful birds to see.
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.
NYSOA is New York State's ornithological society. The objectives
of NYSOA are to document the ornithology of New York State; to
foster interest in and appreciation of birds; and to protect birds
and their habitats.
Preserving and interpreting Planting Fields Arboretum State
Historic Park as the premier public garden and Gold Coast estate for
today and tomorrow by educating, enriching, and entertaining the
The Queens County Bird Club is a non-profit, tax-exempt,
charitable organization with a focus on birding.
Hatched in September 2010, Sapsuckers has quickly become a
neighborhood favorite for awesome hops and grub.
Dr. Steven P. Sachs is a dentist and part time nature photographer living in Westchester County, New York.
Matthew Studebaker's degree in art and his background in birding
both combine to produce original images of North American birds.
Matthew is known for, and makes his living at leading bird
photography photo tours which focus on songbirds as well as birds of
the North American arctic.
Volunteers For Wildlife is a non-profit, volunteer organization,
founded in 1982 and dedicated to preserving Long Island, New York’s
wildlife and natural habitats, public education and the rescue,
rehabilitation and release of wildlife.
Millions of wild birds are killed each year flying into windows.
Now you can save the lives of the beautiful birds you love.