Our zoologists combine specialized field work with data from partners to assess the conservation status of New York’s animals and determine important locations for animal biodiversity statewide.
Our data are essential for prioritizing those species and communities in need of protection and for guiding land-use and land-management decisions where these species and communities exist.Learn More
With over 2,600 miles of ocean coastline, New York has both a rich marine biodiversity and high levels of human activity. Our marine zoologists work locally, regionally, and coast-wide to conserve this treasured corner of the ocean and the transient and resident species that call it home.Whale Monitoring Our Marine Program
Here you’ll find links to community science portals, online identification guides, and more.Learn More