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New York City Audubon

Mission: NYC Audubon is a grassroots community that works for the protection of wild birds and habitat in the five boroughs, improving the quality of life for all New Yorkers.

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Focus Areas:

    • Animal Related
    • Environment
    • Recreation and Sports
    • Research in Science, Technology, and Social Sciences

Site types on which the group works:

    • Waterfront / Beach / Shoreline
    • Watershed / Sewershed
    • Apartment Grounds
    • Natural / Restoration Area
    • Park
    • Courtyard / Atrium / Plaza
    • Rooftop

Services the group provides:

    • Data
    • Educational Curricula
    • Public Relations / Outreach

Contact Information:
Address: 71 West 23rd Street, #1523
New York, NY  10010
Contact Person: Glenn Phillips
Phone: 212-691-7483

Year group was founded: 1979

Property jurisdiction on which the group works:
Public and Private

Organization size:
Paid Staff: 4 to 5
Volunteers: 11+
Members: 11+
Annual Budget: $500,000-$1 MILLION
Primary Funding Source:

Places where the organization works:
Counties: Bronx County, Kings County, New York County, Queens County, Richmond County

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FSID: 99M1717