2015 Annual Update

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Recovery of Onondaga Lake is well on its way. We hope you share our excitement as you read our seventh annual update.

IMAGES OF RECOVERING ONONDAGA LAKE

"I am amazed at the number of bird species on the Onondaga Lake shoreline," said John Savage, a local photographer exhibiting at the event. "Songbirds, hawks, heron, cormorants, ducks, swan, geese, and yes, even bald eagles. It is one of my favorite spots to photograph birds; as the lake becomes cleaner, more species return." Left: "Beauty in the Tree" by Bob Walker. Right: "Don't Tread on Me" by John Savage.

Hundreds of Central New Yorkers View Spectacular Images of Birds and Other Returning Wildlife

Recent News

Community Volunteers Build Homes for Wildlife While Transforming the Onondaga Lake Shoreline

Community Volunteers Build Homes for Wildlife While Transforming the Onondaga Lake Shoreline

Get Involved

Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps

To learn more about the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps or participate in future activities, please contact Chris Lajewski at montezuma@audubon.org or call 315-365-3588.



Cleanup Areas

1
Onondaga Lake
2
Consolidation Area
3
Shrub Willow Farm
4
Western Shoreline
5
Southwest Lakeshore Enhancements
6
Lake Habitat
7
Former LCP Site & Wetlands
8
Geddes Brook Wetlands
9
Nine Mile Creek