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New York Wildlife

92 mammals, 376 birds, and 71 amphibians and reptiles call New York State home.

Take a walk on the wild side and observe diverse wildlife from bald eagles, to river otters, to red foxes— all in their natural habitats. New York’s wildlife preserves, forests, and parks have it all and more!

Wing it at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, one of the most significant bird sanctuaries in the northeastern US. Roam the grounds of the Finger Lakes National Forest and see how bobcats, beavers, and wild turkeys spend their days. Foxes, herons, and minks? Oh my! Green Lakes State Park crawls with these creatures. The endangered Frosted Elfin Butterfly takes flight at Rome Sand Plains, while wild salmon jump and spawn at Salmon River.

Find fantastic fauna throughout New York!

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