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Take flight with Audubon
Welcome Rebecca Schultz as the Permanent Center Director for Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary and the Hudson Valley Sanctuaries
New Motus Antenna Will Track Migratory Birds Flying Over Putnam County
— The Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s “Motus” wildlife tracking antenna receives pings from tracking devices on birds, helping scientists better understand their movements.
In Memory of our Friend and Advisor, Ralph Odell
Hudson Valley Sanctuaries Are a Home for Early-Career Environmentalists
— Internships through the Student Conservation Association give early-career environmentalists a chance to see what its like out in the field.
Audubon: “History—and we–will hold responsible the elected officials who have promoted the assault on our democracy.”
— A statement from David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society.
How To Do a "Bird Sit"
— Pause and enjoy a peaceful moment with the birds.
Art Project: This Place Is for the Birds!
— After learning which migratory flyway they live in, kids create invitations that promote the local area as a good place for birds to stop or stay.
Game: Follow a Bird's Migration Story
— Kids play an interactive game following the migration journeys of five species. Then, they write their own migration story.
How to: Create Window Decals to Prevent Bird Collisions
A fun and easy way to prevent migratory birds from flying into your windows.
"So Long, and Thanks to the Birds"
— Reflecting on her time at Constitution Marsh, the 2019 Student Conservation Association Intern "Fledges the Nest."
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