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Russell Blevins' commitment to habitat management is good news for the Golden-winged Warblers that share his property with him.
Allison Bovée and Mary Vogel have changed their landscaping practices at BirdTown Cabins in western North Carolina to create new bird habitat.
In Mitchell County, landowners are turning a power line right-of-way into prime habitat for a declining warbler.
The owners of Shady Grove Gardens in Ashe County open their farm to birds and birders every spring.
The owners of B and L Organic farm carefully steward their land for Golden-winged Warblers and other wildlife.
Inspired by the Red-cockaded Woodpecker's resilience, the Houston Astros affiliate has chosen the bird to be its official mascot.
The Rose-breasted Grosbeak is one of about a dozen “priority species” that the National Audubon Society’s Healthy Forest initiative has chosen to help through active forest protection and management.
"Since I’ve owned my property I’ve been looking for ways to benefit wildlife," explains Broadwell. "I want to make it a more interesting and attractive place for myself and the animals that depend on it."
Audubon North Carolina is happy to officially recognize the LandTrust for Central NC’s Low Water Bridge property in Montgomery County as a Certified Forest Landbird Legacy Habitat.
In this series, we profile local landowners to share all the amazing and exciting ways various properties can be enhanced to support struggling populations of priority bird species.
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