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INTRODUCING

Bird Collective x NYC Audubon

INTRODUCING

Bird Collective x NYC Audubon

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Protect NYC's Nesting Birds

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with NYC Audubon -- and with it a new shirt that recognizes their commitment to keeping beach-nesting birds in the Big Apple. The first thing that comes to mind with New York usually isn't its beaches, but the city has 520 miles of coastline, including salt marshes, barrier islands, and miles of dunes stretching along the Atlantic Ocean, where threatened birds like Black Skimmers, Common Terms, and American Oystercatchers return every summer and lay their eggs right on the sand.

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Support NYC Audubon

The pressures of human development are never far away, of course, and these habitats need protection and the birds require monitoring, which is what NYC Audubon has been doing for almost a decade.

The pressures of human development are never far away, of course, and these habitats need protection and the birds require monitoring, which is what NYC Audubon has been doing for almost a decade.

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Exclusive Design

We commissioned Brooklyn artist and naturalist Aimee Lusty to design a shirt inspired by NYC Audubon’s conservation efforts for these birds that raise their young at our city beaches. In addition, we’re re-issuing the Black Skimmer patch in further recognition of that work. We will donate 30% of the profits from both products to NYC Audubon.


Black Skimmer Patch

We commissioned Brooklyn artist and naturalist Aimee Lusty to design a shirt inspired by NYC Audubon’s conservation efforts for these birds that raise their young at our city beaches. In addition, we’re re-issuing the Black Skimmer patch in further recognition of that work. We will donate 30% of the profits from both products to NYC Audubon.