While NYC Audubon’s Nolan Park house isn’t open to the public, their experts are excited to talk birds out on the porch with visitors on Saturdays, 11am-5pm, and to lend out binoculars for free. Stay tuned for more updates from NYC Audubon, including news about this year’s group of artists in residence.
New York City 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.
For 40 years, New York City Audubon has championed nature in the City’s five boroughs through a combination of engaging and entertaining programs and innovative conservation campaigns. Through these efforts, we protect the more than 300 species of birds living in the 30,000 acres of wetlands, forests, and grasslands of New York City.
Explore the birds of Governors Island with NYC Audubon! Guests can stop by their porch to start their own self-guided bird tour of the island, learn about the city’s birds and habitats, or simply watch the bird feeder. Avian-inspired artists will be at work all season long, influenced by the island and the city’s amazing birds. Bird walks and nature-themed workshops may be scheduled on select weekends throughout the season.