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Committees & Work Groups - Harbor Herons

Goals of the Harbor Herons Committee:

  • To incorporate management actions within the Conservation Area to support an enduring and healthy breeding population of wading birds

  • To foster communication among stakeholders in order to encourage best management practices that will support the wading bird colony as well as integrate the Harbor Estuary multiuse objectives;

  • To develop a robust education component targeted to stakeholders, managers, and the public, emphasizing the importance of and encouraging ownership of this unique heronry and its associated foraging areas;

  • To improve the protection and health of the overall foraging area habitat;

  • To establish inventory, monitoring, and research programs to address the gaps in information on non-target wildlife species in order to measure the success of management actions and investigate questions regarding management of both target and non-target wildlife species.

Up until the middle of the 19th century, several species of herons and egrets used the New York/New Jersey Harbor as summer nesting and foraging grounds.  However, these birds were extirpated from the area in the latter half of the 19th century as a result of hunting and egg collecting as well as indirect human interference caused by the pollution of the estuary.  Thanks to new clean water and clean air legislations Harbor Herons have returned to the New York/New Jersey Harbor and are once again breeding, nesting and foraging in the estuary. From the Tappan Zee Bridge in the North down to Sandy Hook and Jamaica Bay in the South, the Harbor Herons have reestablished themselves in the region.

To some, the reestablishment of the Harbor Herons represents a clear sign that the New York/New Jersey Harbor is becoming cleaner and more hospitable to wildlife. Others believe that the return of these birds is a symptom of the destruction of habitat in other portions of the Harbor Herons’ range. Regardless of the reasons for their return, their valuable presence in the region makes their conservation a top priority.  In the past three decades since the reestablishment of these birds in the region, much progress has been made towards the conservation of the Harbor Herons. The conservation effort has grown into a multi-organization, multidisciplinary, collaborative initiative consisting of habitat conservation and restoration, public outreach and education, and scientific research.

The Harbor Herons Subcommittee of the Habitat Work Group was created to coordinate these projects, and serves as the nexus for Harbor Heron conservation efforts. The Harbor Herons Subcommittee is preparing a Conservation Plan in response to the need for a detailed report on the status of the Harbor Herons in the New York/New Jersey Harbor region and on the conservation issues that they face.  The need to finalize and publish this plan is critical, especially in light of continuing development and other environmental perturbations around the New York - New Jersey Harbor. 

For additional information, please contact co-chairs Susan Elbin (New York City Audubon) 212-691-7483 or Nellie Tsipoura (New Jersey Audubon) 908-766-5787.

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1] Related Publications ›

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  • 2014 Interim Harbor Herons report | PDF

  • Proceedings of the Harbor Herons Annual Subcommittee Meeting:
    Greater New York/New Jersey Harbor Colonial Waterbirds Working Group
    (January 2011) | PDF

  • New York City Audubon’s Harbor Herons Project:
    2010 Nesting Survey – 25th Annual Report | PDF (1.1 MB)

  • Harbor Herons Conservation Plan (May 2010) | PDF (1.5 MB)

  • New York City Audubon's Harbor Herons Project:
    2008 Interim Nesting Survey (December 10, 2008) | PDF (1.5 MB)

  • Proceedings of the Harbor Herons Annual Subcommittee Meeting:
    Greater New York/New Jersey Harbor Colonial Waterbirds Working Group
    (December 11-12, 2008) | PDF

  • Guide to Harbor Herons and other colonial water birds of the NY-NJ Harbor Estuary | PDF (1.5 MB)





2] Related Links ›

  • NYC Audubon's HeronCam located on Goose Island | Click Here




3] Related Presentations ›


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December 3-4, 2015
The 11th Annual Meeting of the "Harbor Herons and Other Waterbirds of the Greater NY/NJ Working Group" met at Fort Wadsworth on Statent Island, NY - Agenda (PDF)

Day 1

  • Introduction Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon & Harbor Herons Subcommittee (PDF)

  • Welcome to Gateway George Frame, Natural Resources Management Division, National Park Service

  • NYC Audubon’s Harbor Herons 31st Annual Nest Survey Tod Winston, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • How Many Cormorants Are There? NE Regional Population Surveys of Double-crested Cormorants Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Update from Hackensack Riverkeeper: Yellow-crowned Night-Herons Hugh Carola, Hackensack Riverkeeper

  • The Latest on North Brother Island and Other Coastal Restorations in the Harbor Kristy King, PlaNYC Forest Restoration, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Reflections on the State of the Bay and Report from the Task Force Don Riepe, Littoral Society, Jamaica Bay Guardian, NYC Audubon

  • Plovers, Skimmers, and Oystercatchers at the Breezy Point Co-Op Data from Steve Sinkevich, USFWS (presented by Susan Elbin) (PDF)

  • Town of Hempstead Data from John Zarudsky, Town of Hempstead (presented by Susan Elbin) (PDF)

  • Plovers, Terns, and Shorebirds in Gateway (NY and NJ) George Frame, Natural Resources Management Division, National Park Service (PDF)

  • Plovers, Skimmers, and Terns on the Rockaway Beaches Susan Stanley, Natural Resources Group, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • American Oystercatcher Breeding Data in Breezy Point, New York, NY, 2011-2015. Notes on Piping Plover/Oystercatcher Interactions Emilio Tobon, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Audubon NY’s Coastal Bird Progam and Be a Good Egg. 2015 Update Amanda Pochamski, Audubon NY (PDF)

  • Jamaica Bay Horseshoe Crab and Shorebird Monitoring. 2015 Update Debra Kriensky, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Updates from NOAA: A Clear and Present Real Estate Threat on Staten Island Carl Alderson, Marine Resources, NOAA

  • New York State Freshwater Marshbird Monitoring Program Angelika Beckman, NY State DEC (PDF)

  • Salt Marsh Sparrows Alison Kocek, SUNY EFS, (presented by Ellen Pehek, Natural Resources Group, NYC Parks and Recreation) (PDF)

  • Drones in NYC Jason Smith, NY State DEC Region 2 (PDF)

  • More on the Jail Birds of Rikers Island Jeff Kolodinsky. Port Authority of NY and NJ (PDF)
Day 2

  • Update on HEP Restoration Efforts Report from Kate Boicourt, Harbor Estuary Program (presented by Susan Elbin) (PDF)

  • High-rise Herring Gulls in Manhattan Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Dispersal, Migration, & Wintering Areas of Juvenile Great Egrets from Ontario Chip Weseloh, Canadian Wildlife Service (Emeritus) (PDF)

  • Local and Hemispheric Movements of Great Egrets (Ardea alba) Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Progress with the SWAP, 2015 Jason Smith, NY State DEC Region 2 (PDF)

  • Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial in 2016: Events in the New York Area Scott Johnston, US Fish and Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Update on the Barnegat Bay Common Terns, 2015 Brian Palestis, Wagner College (PDF)

  • Semi-precocial development and movement of juvenile common terns from the nest. Margaret Shaw, Wagner College (PDF)

  • The Latest on Waterbirds of NJ Joanna Burger and Michael Gochfeld, Rutgers University (PDF)

  • BioBlitz and Monitoring Results at Fresh Kills Park Cait Field, Freshkills Park, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Climate Change, Wetlands, and Impoundments Mike Allen, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Black Rail Survey Results Kristin Mylecraine, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Black Skimmer Conservation Plan and Research Update, 2015 Jason Smith, NY State DEC Region 2 (PDF)

  • Black Skimmer Habitat Suitability Model and foraging Stephanie Tougas, NY State DEC Region 2 (PDF)
December 11-12, 2014
The 10th Annual Meeting of the "Harbor Herons and Other Waterbirds of the Greater NY/NJ Working Group" met at Fort Wadsworth on Statent Island, NY - Agenda (PDF)

Day 1

  • Introduction Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon & co-chair Harbor Herons Subcommittee (PDF)

  • NYC Audubon’s Harbor Herons Program 29th Annual Survey Tod Winston, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Harbor Herons Foraging Survey Updates NJ and NY Nellie Tsipoura and Susan Elbin, NJ Audubon Society and NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Local and Hemispheric Movements of Great Egrets (Ardea alba). John Brzorad, Lenoir-Rhyne Univ. (PDF)

  • Contaminants in Herons Joanna Burger, Rutgers University (PDF)

  • Re-sighting characteristics of banded Great Egrets at a breeding colony in Southern Ontario, 2010-2014. (Susan Elbin presenting for) Chip Weseloh, Canadian Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Plovers and Terns, and the iPlover App Hanem Abouelezz, National Park Service (PDF)

  • Plovers on the Rockaway Beaches Susan Stanley and Richard Simon, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Jamaica Bay Shorebird Monitoring. 2014 Update Debra Krienski, NYC Audubon and Columbia University (PDF)

  • Audubon NY’s Coastal Bird Progam and Be a Good Egg. 2014 Update Kerri Dikun, Audubon NY (PDF)

  • American Oystercatcher Breeding Data in Breezy Point, New York, NY, 2011-2013 and Trapping and Banding Emilio Tobon, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Update on the East and West Ponds at the JBWR. George Frame, National Park Service (PDF)

  • USFWS Long Island Field Office Update (PDF)

Day 2


  • Opportunities for Research at Fresh Kills Cait Field, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Great Egret Roosting Dynamics in Suburban New York City Mike Allen, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Re-establishing a Breeding Colony of Wading Birds on a Small Island in the Narragansett Bay. Rick Best, Rose Island Lighthouse Foundation (PDF)

  • Regional Assessment and Prioritization of Coastal Impoundments. Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Double-crested Cormorants Nesting on U-Thant Island T. James Matthews, New York Unversity (PDF)

  • Habitat Enhancement for Terns on Governors Island Susan Elbin NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • 2014 Census of Tidal Marsh Sparrows in New York City Alison R. Kocek/Jonathan B. Cohen, SUNY ESF (PDF)


January 14-15, 2013

The "Greater New York/New Jersey Harbor Herons and Waterbirds Working Group Annual Meet" was held on January 14th and 15th at 290 Broadway, 27th floor, New York, NY - Agenda (PDF)

Day 1

  • Welcome and Introduction Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon and co-chair Harbor Herons Subcommittee - Opening Slide (PDF)

  • HH Working Group Business Meeting Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon

  • NYC Audubon’s Harbor Herons Program 27th Annual Survey Liz Craig, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Cormorant Population in the NY Harbor 2005-2012 Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Colonies in the Meadowlands Hugh Carola, Hackensack Riverkeeper

  • Piping Plovers Update Hanem Abouelezz, National Park Service (PDF)

  • Jamaica Bay Shorebird Monitoring. 2012 Update Susan Elbin presenting for John Rowden, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Harbor Herons at Randall’s Island Vicki O’Neill, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Barnegat Bay Common Terns: A Terrible Year Brian Palestis, Wagner College (PDF)

  • Harbor Esturay Program Update Kate Boicourt and Bob Nyman, Harbor Estuary Program (PDF)

  • Be a Good Egg Kerri Dikun, Audubon NY (PDF)

  • American Oystercatcher Breeding Data in Breezy Point, New York, NY, 2011-2012 (PDF) and Trapping and Banding at Arverne Emilio Tobon and Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Rikers Island (Herring Gulls) Jeff Kolodzinski, Port Authority of NY and NJ (PDF)

  • Behavior of Nestling Herring Gulls and Contaminants. A Pilot Study Emilio Tobon, NYC Audubon (PDF)

    Video accompanying Emilio Tobon's presentation "Behavior of Nestling Herring Gulls and Contaminants" (credit: Emilio Tobon):



  • Terns on Governors Island Joe Pane, NY State DEC (PDF)

  • Upstate NY Marshbird Monitoring Program Katherine Yard, NY State DEC (PDF)

  • NY- DEC Species Assessment. Revising the CWCS Jason Smith, NY State DEC (PDF)

  • Harbor Herons Foraging Survey Updates NJ 2012 Mike Allen presenting for Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Discussion: Long-term Avian Impacts as a Result of Superstorm Sandy. What needs to be done?

    Other Presentations:

  • Do Winter Foraging Decisions Affect Breeding Conditions of Double-Crested Cormorants?
    Liz Craig, NYC Audubon (PDF)

Day 2

  • Jessica Browning, National Park Service Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon & Harbor Herons Subcommittee

  • Summary from Monday’s Discussions Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon, co-chair Harbor Herons subcommittee

  • American Brant Mid-winter Waterfowl Survey Sandy Chan, NY DEC (PDF)

  • Black Skimmer Conservation Management Plan Jason Smith, NY DEC (PDF)

  • Resightings of Great Egrets Banded in the NY Harbor Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • New Jersey and New York City Audubon Roost Blitz of 2012 Mike Allen, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Behavioural and physical characteristics of Great Egrets and their roosts in Ontario Chip Weseloh, Canadian Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Bird Projects at Rocking the Boat. Chrissy Word, Rocking the Boat (PDF)

  • HEP Grant Update: Prall’s Restoration Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF); Arthur Kill Spill Summary & Condition Report Mike Feller, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Preliminary Effects of Hurricane Sandy On Near-Coastal Wetland Foraging Areas. Jennifer Greenfield presenting for Nate McVay, NYC Parks and Recreaction, NRG (PDF)

  • Wetland Restoration Projects Update Katerli Bounds, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • Rapid Assessment of Habitat and Wildlife Losses from Hurricaine Sandy in the Hudson-Raritan Estuary Colin Grubel, City University of NY (PDF)

  • Oil Spill Response Ed Levine, NOAA (PDF)

  • Images in Gateway from Superstorm Sandy Tony Luscomb, National Park Service

  • Enhancing the value of shorebird migration monitoring. Nellie Tsipoura presenting for Larry Niles, New Jersey Conserve Wildlife (PDF)

  • Wrap-up and discussion: Long-term Avian Impacts as a Result of Superstorm Sandy. What needs to be done?

    Other Presentations:

  • Bronx River Heron Foraging Survey Rocking The Boat, New York City Audubon (PDF)


December 5-6, 2011
The 2011 Harbor Herons and Colonial Waterbirds annual meeting was held on December 5th and 6th at Gateway National Recreation Area, Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island. - Agenda and presenter booklet (PDF)

  • New York - New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program: Overview of a Program in an Urban Watershed, Robert M. Nyman, New York - New Jersey Estuary Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (PDF)

  • Harbor Herons Subcommittee Meeting, Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon Society and Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society

  • HEP Habitat Restoration Grant, Proposed Scope of Work, Mike Feller, NYC Parks and Recreation, NRG and Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Piping Plover Monitoring 2011, Tony Luscombe, National Park Service

  • Interactions between American Oystercatchers and Piping Plovers at Breezy Point, Bryan Hogan, PACE University (PDF)

  • Cormorant Population Trends in the NY Harbor, 2005-2011, Susan Elbin and Liz Craig, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Diet Study of Double-crested Cormorants in the NY Harbor, Colin Grubel, City University of NY (PDF)

  • Local Movements of Foraging Double-crested Cormorants as determined by Satellite Telemetry, Colin Grubel, City University of NY (PDF)

  • Immunological and Reproductive Health Assessment in Herring Gulls and Black-crowned Night-Herons in the Hudson Raritan Estuary, K. Grasman, Calvin College et al. presented by Tim Kubiak, US Fish and Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Methylmercury, Diet, and Nutritional Condition in Waterbirds of NY Harbor, Charlie Clarkson, University of Virginia (PDF)

  • Mercury-selenium Relationships in the New Jersey Fish and in Fish-eating Birds, Joanna Burger and Michael Gochfeld, Rutgers University

  • Salt Marsh Sparrows in New York City, Nate McVay, NRG Science Team of City Parks (PDF)

  • Citizen Science Heron Surveys - Update from 2011 Season, Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society

  • Monitoring Waterbirds in the Bronx River Estuary, Dawn Henning, Rocking the Boat, Inc. (PDF)

  • Training Peer Mentors for Citizen Science Surveys, John Rowden, NYC Audubon

  • 2011 American Oystercatcher Productivity at Breezy Point and Riis Park, NY, Emilio Tobon, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Report for the American Oystercatcher Regional Meeting and NE Partnerships, Shiloh Schulte, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences (PDF)

  • Update from the Southern New England Long Island Sound Working Group, 2011, Andrew MacLachlan, US Fish and Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Updates from Gateway National Recreation Area. Radiation-hazard Zone at Great Kills Park; Fuel Tank Removals at Swinburne and Fort Tilden, George Frame, National Park Service (PDF)

  • Updates - Breezy Point Co-Op; Plum Beach; Hydrokinetics in the East River, Steve Sinkevich, U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service (PDF)

  • Upstate NY Marshbird Monitoring Program, Katherine Yard, NY State DEC (PDF)

  • Beach Nesting Bird Work and Salt Marsh, Kerri Dikun, NY Audubon (PDF)

  • Horseshoe Crabs and Shorebirds in Jamaica Bay, 2011 Season Update, John Rowden, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Hotspots of Seabird Abundance in the Northwest Atlantic, Dick Veit, College of Staten Island (PDF)

  • Long-term Waterbird Monitoring in the New York Harbor, Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon (PDF)

  • Harbor Herons Nesting Activity in 2011, Liz Craig, NYC Audubon and Cornell University (PDF)

  • Yellow-crowned Night Heron Colonies in the Meadowlands, Hugh Carola, Hackensack Riverkeeper (PDF)

  • NYC Audubon Wading Bird Data at Randall's Island, Victoria Ruzicka, NYC Parks and Recreation (PDF)

  • What Do All These Survey Numbers Mean?, Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon Society (PDF)

  • Philopatry, roosting and dispersal of Great Egrets from Southern Ontario...with a NY/NJ Connection, Chip Weseloh, Canadian Wildlife Service, Nellie Tsipoura, NJ Audubon, Susan Elbin, NYC Audubon, Dave More, CWS (PDF)


December 11, 2008

  • New York City Audubon:
    Harbor Herons Project Nesting Survey: Wading Bird, Cormorant,
    and Gull Nesting Activity in 2008 | PDF (5 MB)

  • The Jamaica Bay Institute:
    Piping Plover And Colonial Shorebird Monitoring Data for 2008 Season | PDF (1.2 MB)

  • NOAA National Ocean Service Office of Response and Restoration:
    A History of Restoration in the NY/NJ Harbor - Database and Mapping System Development | PDF (1.3 MB)

  • New York City Audubon:
    Double-crested Cormorants of the New York Harbor 2008 Field Season | PDF (2.5 MB)

  • Gateway National Recreation Area and the USACE NY District:
    Elders Pt. (East Is.) 2007-08 Birds & Horseshoe Crabs | PDF (2.3 MB)

  • 2008 Polgar Fellowship Research Project:
    Diet Composition of Double-crested Cormorants in NY Harbor
    and a Possible Bias Inherent in the Use of Pellets for Diet Analysis | PDF (4.8 MB)

  • Hackensack Riverkeeper:
    Harbor Herons & Ecotourism | PDF (5.6 MB)

  • Harbor Heron Committee:
    Restoration method using the Bulking & Tiering Wetland System™ | PDF (8.2 MB)

  • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation‐Natural Resources Group:
    Pre‐Restoration Wading Bird Counts & Strike Study 
    Completed at Two Sites in the Bronx, NY | PDF (5.8 MB)

  • NJ Meadowlands Commission:
    Colonial Waterbirds & State Wildlife Grants | PDF

  • NJ Audubon Society:
    Shorebird surveys 2004-2008 Citizen Science Program | PDF

  • Rocking the Boat's Wading and Shore Bird Survey | PDF

December 12, 2008

  • New York City Audubon / Columbia University:
    It’s not easy being green A comparative growth study of
    native saplings in two mixed-species colonies | PDF (1 MB)

  • Greater New York/New Jersey Harbor Colonial Waterbirds Working Group:
    Great Egrets of Hoffman and South Brother Islands: a Pilot Study of Foraging Ecology and Juvenile Dispersal | PDF (1.2 MB)

  • Charles Clarkson:
    The Utility of Waterbirds as Bioindicators: A Ptilochronological Approach | PDF (1.4 MB)

  • NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife Endangered and Nongame Species Program:
    Results of the 2008 wading bird aerial survey in the coastal marshes of New Jersey
    and 2009 Pilot Survey for Inland Heron Colonies in Northeast New Jersey | PDF

  • N.Y.C. Parks & Recreation, Van Cortlandt & Pelham Bay Parks:
    Waterbirds of Goose and Huckleberry Islands, 2008 | PDF

  • Cazenovia College:
    Great Egrets – Historical Perspective | PDF

  • The Rahway River Association:
    Neighborhood Biodiversity Program | PDF (10.5 MB)

  • Wagner College:
    Feather Samples: A Useful Tool in Waterbird Research | PDF

  • East Stroudsburg University / DCNR:
    Foraging Behavior of Great Egretson the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in Relation to Environmental Characteristics | PDF (1.1 MB)

  • New York Wildlife Services / USDA:
    Movements of Urban Canada Geese in New York City | PDF (2.2 MB)

  • New Jersey Audubon Society:
    Heron and Egret Surveys 2008 | PDF (4.6 MB)

  • Canadian Wildlife Service – Ontario Region:
    Colony growth, productivity, post- breeding roosting and movements of colour-banded Great Egrets from the Great Lakes | PDF (1.6 MB)




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