Working Lands

Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers

Adirondacks-based workshops for landowners and managers.
Blue-winged Warbler
Blue-winged Warbler. Photo: Joseph Mahoney/Audubon Photography Awards

Did you know that many forest birds, like Wood Thrush and American Woodcock, are experiencing population declines? Your woods can provide forest habitat important to the survival of these at-risk bird species.

Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers (WWW) is a collaborative project between Audubon Vermont, New York Tree Farm Program, and Vermont Woodlands Association that seeks to create and improve forest bird habitat.

We do this by providing forest owners with the knowledge, tools, and resources they need to enhance and/or protect the health of forests now and into the future. This is accomplished by providing free information, events, and individual site visits by woodland experts to landowners like you.

Past workshops have involved:
- Multimedia presentations hosted by Audubon and partners
- A woods walk at The Nature Conservancy’s Helen W. Buckner Memorial Preserve in West Haven, VT to search for Golden-winged Warblers

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS - click here for a calendar of all events. Email streyger@audubon.org for more information.

Photos from June Woods Walk at The Nature Conservancy’s Helen W. Buckner Memorial Preserve in West Haven, VT:

Learning about native versus non-native shrub species.
Admiring an Indigo Bunting singing in a nearby sapling.
Learning about forest diversity and where different woodland birds nest and thrive.

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