Audubon NC is committed to training foresters and landowners how to steward their forests with birds in mind. Bird diversity is indicative of overall forest health. Whether you are preserving your forest for family legacy, looking for a comprehensive management plan, or are planning for harvest, let Audubon biologists help you understand what role birds play in your woods.
In an effort to further expand the reach of this program, a team of biologists and organizations are developing a training workshop for professional land managers in the Central and Southern Appalachian Conservation Regions to be held this Fall.
Outreach to private landowners is an important step in increasing land stewardship for our imperiled species. The Audubon staff works with partners to present the latest research and programs associated with the best forest management practices for birds.
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