National Audubon Society

Daphne Lumpkin

200 Trillium Lane

Albany, NY 12203



The National Audubon Society of New York State Promotes the protection and proper management of birds, wildlife, and their habitats through advocacy and education.  Through a statewide council, 33 chapters and a sanctuary system, National Audubon Society of New York State is providing conservation leadership based on sound science with specific campaigns on birds, forests, wetlands on local, state, and national levels.


In the Niagara Region, National Audubon has been a leader in designating the Niagara River Corridor as a global-level Important Bird Area and initiating the development of a comprehensive bird conservation plan.


The National Audubon Society welcomes new members.