NYC Audubon in the News
Executive Director Takes Wing at NYC Audubon
Kathryn Heintz was interviewed about her appointment to the helm of NYC Audubon. Click here to read the article.
from Crain's New York Business, November 18, 2014
How Better Glass Can Save Hundreds of Millions of Birds a Year
National Geographic has published our new video, about NYC Audubon and American Bird Conservancy's bird-safe glass testing tunnelClick here to read the article.
at news.nationalgeographic.com, November 13, 2014
Researching Stop Signs in the Skies for Birds
The New York Times' Lisa Foderaro interviewed Susan Elbin in her coverage of our Bronx Zoo flight tunnel research. Click here to read the article.
from The New York Times, May 13, 2014
Q. and A. About Birds in New York City
NYC Audubon trip leader Gabriel Willow answered bird-related questions during "Bird Week." Click here to read the article.
from The New York Times City Room Blog, May 6, 2014
Environmental Group Proposes Options for Breached Pond at Jamaica Bay in Queens
The New York Times' Lisa Foderaro interviewed Glenn Phillips regarding plans for Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge's West Pond. Click here to read the article.
from The New York Times, February 10, 2014
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Tribute in Light and NYC Audubon Press Coverage
from September 11, 2010
The thousands of white, flickering objects in the Tribute in Light memorial beams were migratory birds, drawn to the light. NPR interviewed NYC Audubon’s associate director for citizen science Dr. John Rowden about monitoring the beams for migratory birds and about the partnership with the Municipal Art Society of New York. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2010/09/15/129883586/on-9-11-anniversary-thousands-of-small-white-objects-sparkling-and-spiraling
The Municipal Art Society of New York: http://mas.org/mas-thanks-new-york-city-audubon-for-tribute-in-light-partnership/ New York City Audubon and the Municipal Art Society of New York have created a protocol for responding to migratory birds circling the Tribute in Light memorial. On September 11, 2010, this protocol was put into play for the first time when 10,000 birds were "trapped" in the bright beams of light rising from Battery Park.
An amazing photo published by Newsday, showing thousands of birds trapped in the light beams of the Tribute in Light, September 11, 2010. http://www.newsday.com/news/new-york/tribute-in-light-shut-down-after-birds-drawn-to-beams-1.2280714
NYC Audubon’s Dr. John Rowden discusses navigational cues for bird migration in light of the September 11, 2010, Tribute in Light memorial. The Wired Science site shows video coverage of the birds in the beams. http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/09/tribute-in-light-birds/
AOL covered the Tribute in Light memorial on September 11, 2010. More birds die from collisions each year than died as a result of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, according to the Canadian conservation group Fatal Light Awareness Program. http://www.aolnews.com/2010/09/16/new-yorks-9-11-tribute-in-light-traps-thousands-of-birds/
The Faces of Audubon
Click here to view "The Faces of Audubon," a three-minute story about volunteer Adriana Palmer, her growing interest in birds and her work on Project Safe Flight, featuring our director of citizen science, John Rowden.