As part of Audubon New York, the state office of the National Audubon Society, the Montezuma Audubon Center serves as a gateway for adults and school-aged children to get involved in local conservation efforts and experience the wonder of the outdoors. The Montezuma Audubon Center is a home for discovery and exploration with 198 acres, five types of habitat, two restored marshes, two miles of hiking trails, and an all-access observation platform. The sustainably-managed habitat at Montezuma is home to nearly 300 bird species including forest birds of conservation concern such as the Bald Eagle, Cerulean Warbler, Wood Thrush, and Rose-Breasted Grosbeak. Our stewardship efforts focus on invasive species management and native vegetation plantings to maintain a healthy forest habitat. Together with our conservation partners and army of volunteers, we are protecting Montezuma’s forests and wetlands which are a priority for Audubon New York. Join Montezuma Audubon Center Director Chris Lajewski for a virtual birding adventure to learn about the Montezuma Wetlands Complex and experience the amazing bird migration.