Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds and People

Working Lands

Photo: Aimee Tomcho

Audubon has crafted a collaborative approach to forest management to restore habitats for birds and wildlife across North Carolina. By developing partnerships, training opportunities, management plans and demonstration sites Putting Working Lands to Work for Birds and People is providing landowners with the tools to enhance their property in cost-effective ways while supporting struggling populations of priority bird species.

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Working Lands

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Working Lands

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