Welcome About Us Programs Field Trips Newsletter Conservation Education
Membership Personnel Birding Weblinks Contact Us

 SAAS Logo

Southern Adirondack Audubon Society

Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats
and the advancement of environmental education
Southern Adirondack Audubon Society, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit

Bog Meadow Brook Fort Edward Grasslands Carter's Pond
Serving over 500 members in Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga and southern Hamilton counties of New York State

The Summer Issue of our Newsletter, The Fledgling, is now Online!


Coming Up!

See you in

For Injured Wildlife call
North Country
 Wild Care

facebook button

Pember Bird Program

See photos from the recent live bird program at the
Pember Library and Museum of Natural History
More Information here
Purple Finch by Mona Bearor

2016 Christmas Bird Count Results are In!

Compiler Linda White has added our data to the longest running citizen science project!

More info here!

Duck stamp imageLet your voice for conservation be heard!
Since 1934 ninety-eight cents of every dollar spent on this stamp goes directly to purchase vital habitat or acquire conservation easements.  Purchasing your stamp through the American Birding Association  will show your support as a birder who cares about conseration.

Click on the image to the left to go directly to the ABA
website to purchase your stamp today!

SAAS past-President, Pat Fitzgerald,  has run a successful Eastern Bluebird Monitoring Project for several years, but we need your help to continue.  Read more about it and how YOU can help here.
SAAS is partnering with the American Bird Conservancy's
"Cats Indoors" Campaign

Read more about it here

NY Charities logo You can now make a fully tax-deductible secure donation online through NYCharities.org!

Simply click on the logo at left to go to the secure donation site!


Audubon Birding app logo

FREE Audubon Birding App!

Audubon has made it's award winning birding app
available to everyone at no cost!  

*Identify 821 species of birds
*Listen to songs and calls
*Find out what birds have been recently reported locally

More information and download links here: