Habitat preservation for neo-tropical migrants

Peg DiBenedetto – who provides vital support for our Golden Eagle research – is working to create a bird sanctuary in the Dominican Republic with DOAS support. The forests of the DR are one of the most at-risk habitats in the world. They are the winter home to many of our nesting species, including Bicknell’s […]

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Audubon Calls Pipeline A Threat To Birds

Fragmented forests will reduce nesting, says local group The local Chapter of the National Audubon Society is terming the proposed Constitution Pipeline “a clear and present threat to bird habitat” in comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on the pending Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the project. The corridor for the 122-mile pipeline through central New […]

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Alert: Constitution Pipeline Public Hearings

The Constitution Pipeline is now under the final consideration  to be built. The permitting Agency, The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for public comment.  If this project is approved, the impacts to our environment, to our birds and to our communities will be devastating.  For information on how to comment, go to the […]

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WSKG Covers the DOAS Golden Eagle Project

News Article from Matt Richmond: There’s a celebratory mood in the air on this cold Saturday in February, in the Catskills town of Andes. Members of the Delaware Otsego Audubon Society, with help from the Department of Environmental Conservation, have for the first time trapped a golden eagle on its winter migration from Canada. …Read/Listen […]

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