NYC Audubon, a grass-roots, urban bird conservation organization serving the five boroughs of New York City, has developed a strategic plan approved by our Board of Directors. We have two documents: the full narrative, approximately 17 pages of text; and the executive summary/overview, approximately 4 pages of text. We need to prepare graphically designed full and summary versions with descriptive photographs to publish online as a PDF for our members and donors.
This is our organizational strategic plan that we are presenting to members and donors (including our board who helped develop the plan) as we launch our 40th anniversary year. The plan guides our growth and contains critical capacity building initiatives that must be implemented for NYC Audubon to remain effective in our conservation and science work to protect migratory birds along the Atlantic Flyway and to be philanthropically competitive in the environmental space in New York.
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.
New York City Audubon champions nature in the City's five boroughs through a combination of engaging and entertaining programs and innovative conservation campaigns. NYC Audubon is an independent non-profit organization affiliated with the National Audubon Society. Through its efforts, NYC Audubon protects many species of birds living in the 30,000 acres of wetlands, forests, and grasslands of New York City.