Learn about NYC Audubon's talented staff, friendly and knowledgeable guides, and dedicated board of directors and advisory council leadership.
Communications Content Manager and Research Associate Tod Winston holds tagged Great Egret during survey of Elder's Point East. Photo: Debra Kriensky
NYC Audubon has a small staff of talented professionals who diligently work to run its scientific research projects, public programs, field trips, advocacy and outreach efforts, community science projects, and office administration.
Leo Wexler-Mann leading partner walk in Riverside Park, Manhattan. Photo: NYC Audubon
Our Trip Leaders and Educators
New York City Audubon employs a friendly and knowledgeable group of naturalists and educators to help New Yorkers discover the city's wildlife and natural areas. Learn about the people who lead our trips, walks, and classes.
The American Kestrel, NYC Audubon's mascot bird. Photo: Dan Dietrich/Audubon Photography Awards
Our board of directors and advisory council are made up of diverse and dynamic individuals who volunteer their time to our organization, offering us guidance and expertise in a wide range of issues, and are motivated solely by their deep commitment to the City's birds.