Size: 1,500 acres Ecology: Forested Island (6 miles long) Bird Species: The area supported at least 18 cerulean warblers in 1997 and has been used by this species since at least 1965. ospreys and bald eagles regularly use the area for roosting and perching. There is a great blue heron rookery on the island with over 50 pairs of breeding herons.
Soaring Survey: Bald eagles eyed at Schodack Island State Park
NYSDEC and ASCR Team up to Protect Wildlife - May 4, 2016
Local birders ready for Christmas Bird Count
Advice for successful bird-watching
State and local Audubon Society, Capital District Community Gardens create wildlife-friendly habitat
· National Audubon’s Home Page
· Audubon New York
· Hudson-Mohawk Bird Club
· New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
· Adirondack Mountain Club
· Save The Albany Pine Bush Site
· New York Sierra Club
· Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks
· NYS Ornithological Association
· Museum of Innovation and Science
· All about Birds
· Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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