Our science and stewardship mission is to conserve our region’s biodiversity, while creating an environment for exceptional educational opportunities.

Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth, including plants, animals and microorganisms.

To keep our ecosystems healthy, we must commit to supporting the plants, animals, and other organisms that call them home.

Our preserve’s greatest threats

  • Overpopulated deer

    threaten the future of our forests

  • Invasive Species

    displace native populations of plants and animals

  • Chemical runoff

    alters wetland ecosystems and quickens lake fill-in

  • Climate change

    shifts natural cycles on both global and local scales

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Habitat protection & restoration

Learn more about what we do to improve the quality of our habitats to support biodiversity.

Wildlife management

Discover how our research is used to maintain wildlife and protect the future of our forests.

Research & Monitoring

At Teatown, our science research influences our stewardship work.

Regional Collaboration

We understand that partnership is key to a sustainable future. Learn more about our partnerships with local organizations.

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How many outreach programs do Teatown’s animal ambassadors do each year?

How many outreach programs do Teatown’s animal ambassadors do each year?

The non-releasable birds of prey that call Teatown home live at Teatown for educational purposes, as they cannot be released back into the wild due to injuries sustained (typically car and hunting related injuries). These birds find a new lease on life at Teatown, where they educate the public about their species and what we can do to protect them.