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NYC Audubon on Governors Island 2019

Visit NYC Audubon at our pop-up nature center on Governors Island, Nolan Park House #17, right in the heart of New York Harbor.


Activities at Nolan Park House #17 Include: [b]Nolan Park House #17 on Governors Island [/b]Nolan Park House #17 on Governors Island

♦    Family-friendly Activities and Book Nook for Kids

♦    Binoculars to Borrow

♦    Opportunities to Meet Avian-inspired Artists at Work

♦    Information on Birds and Habitats throughout NYC's Five Boroughs

 

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Our house opens for the 2019 season on Saturday, June 1. Check back here in the future for hours of operations through June.

Note: The opening date for our Nolan Park House 17 was listed in our Spring 2019 newsletter as Saturday, May 4. After the newsletter's publication, we learned that renovations to our house would be taking place in May. Our house is now scheduled to be open for the season on Saturday, June 1. We apologize for any confusion. 


 

Governors Island Bird Walks[b]Common Tern, Listed as a Threatened Species in New York State, on Pier on Governors Island[/b]Common Tern, Listed as a Threatened Species in New York State, on Pier on Governors Island

Saturdays, June 22 and June 29, 2-3pm
Sundays, June 9 and June 16, 2-3pm
Guide: NYC Audubon

Meet at Nolan Park House #17. Join us for a bird walk around beautiful and historic Governors Island, which boasts over 192 species recorded on ebird.org. Learn about the island’s fascinating history and search for waterbirds, raptors, waterfowl, and more. Binoculars are available. No registration necessary. No limit. Free

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Our Video

Karen Benfield and Lark Song Media spent a year documenting our work and produced a terrific video that captures our commitment to the birds and bird-lovers of New York City. See our varied outreach and conservation programs in action by viewing "NYC Audubon Highlights and Achievements 2018."
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