State of Green Roofs in NYC Conference 2018. Photo: NYC Audubon
Our 2020-2021 lectures series has wrapped up. Lectures for the 2021-2022 season will be announced in fall 2021. Please see below for recordings of lectures from the 2020-2021 season. 
Annual Meeting and Conservation Program Update
Wednesday, June 9, 6pm 
A Virtual Gathering with NYC Audubon

NYC Audubon conducts scientific research in New York City to understand how birds are using our urban environment and how this environment affects them, via Project Safe Flight and our Birds of NY Harbor project. Join us virtually as new Director of Conservation and Science Dr. Kevin Burgio gives a presentation on our research and conservation work. Our board election and annual meeting will precede the presentation. Our board election and annual meeting will precede the presentation.
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Past Lectures:

Laysan Albatross: Their Style and Story

By Hob Osterlund
On Monday, November 16th, 2020, author and Kaua'i Albatross Network founder Hob Osterlund gave a virtual talk discussing her work advocating for the magnificent Laysan Albatross on Hawai'i. She also treated participants to a screening of her Telly Award-winning short documentary Kalama's Journey. Watch the lecture below!

Bird Love

Dr. Wenfei Tong
On Monday, March 15, 2021, author, biologist, artist, and nature guide Dr. Wenfei Tong gave a virtual talk for NYC Audubon as the final installment of our winter lecture series. Dr. Tong related fascinating stories of birds around the world mating and nesting from her book Bird Love: The Family Life of Birds, available from Princeton University Press

Support for Our Lectures

This series has been made possible by the support of Claude and Lucienne Bloch.