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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Feb 13, 2014 – A Golden Eagle Named Jean

Attached are some photos taken by Abby Nelson, Becky Gretton and Peg DiBenedetto of the large, spirited, adult female golden captured in Delaware County yesterday. The landowners asked that the people present be limited to a small number. This bird has been named Jean in honor of Jean Miller, founding member, former President of DOAS and a long-time […]

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Max the Golden Eagle – February 2014

Written by Helen McLean  A bit after 7am this morning, I received email and a phone call – a Golden Eagle was captured in Andes. After several days of attempting to capture one, finally success. By 8:30am I was at the specified location watching the wonderful group who made this happen. We spent 4+ hours […]

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22 Chapters Sign On to DOAS Letter to Request Withdrawal of 30 year Rule

As advocates for wildlife and birds, the following Audubon Chapters in New York State are outraged and dismayed to learn of the Department of the Interior’s decision to provide 30-year authorizations to wind companies to kill Bald and Golden Eagles. We respectfully request that you withdraw this proposed rule and ensure our important raptor species are protected. […]

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