Audubon North Carolina's Foresters for the Birds workshops bring foresters, landowners, and natural resources professionals together for training in bird-friendly forestry techniques.
For more information about this and other Working Lands programs, contact Aimee Tomcho at email@example.com.
Audubon North Carolina is pleased to announce our third Foresters for the Birds workshop!
While we’ve focused on upland hardwood management at workshops during the last two years in both the mountains and Piedmont, we’re excited to focus on Bird-friendly Bottomland Hardwood management options this time.
We are going to explore both red and black water systems and visit active management operations in our Forest Landbird Legacy Program Coastal Plain focal area. This field-oriented workshop will be based in and around Bladen County but concepts will be broadly applicable. We have partnered with the Forests Stewards Guild who will bring new forest evaluation concepts to the discussion.
UPCOMING WORKSHOP DETAILS:
- Thursday, June 7, 2018
- Foresters for the Birds – Coastal Plain Hardwood Forests
- Time: 9 am – 4 pm
- Location: Jones Lake State Park
- Free workshop and lunch will be provided! The workshop is open to foresters, landowners, and others interested in this topic. More event details are here.
- Register today
- September 2014: Golden-winged Warbler Working Group (Mountains)
- June 2016: Foresters for the Birds (Northern Piedmont)
- January 2017: Tools for Effectively Engaging Landowners (Central Piedmont)
- May 2017: Foresters for the Birds (Mountains)