Public Workshops and Programs

Attend free programs led by Audubon and partners to learn best management practices for birds.

Prothonotary Warbler. Photo: Linda Steele/Audubon Photography Awards

Want to help at-risk bird species? We're providing forest owners and land managers with the knowledge, tools, and resources you need to enhance and/or protect the health of forests for birds and other wildlife.

Join us! Through our habitat improvement programs, we offer on-the-ground technical assistance, collaborative workshops, financial support, and connections to foresters, loggers, and family forest owners.

Contact Us: For more information on ways to get involved, please contact Suzanne Treyger, forest program manager, at 607.254.2122 or suzanne.treyger@audubon.org.

Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers
Forest Programs

Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers

Adirondacks-based workshops for landowners and managers.

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Harvests for Habitat Project
Forest Programs

Harvests for Habitat Project

Upper Delaware Watershed program for foresters and forest owners.

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Demonstration Sites

Demonstration forests that are maintained by Audubon staff, partners, and volunteers, serve as living classrooms and are often where programs and workshops are held. These model forests are healthy, resilient, and managed through practices that benefit birds. 

Model Forest Takes Shape in Hudson Valley
Healthy Forests

Model Forest Takes Shape in Hudson Valley

The forest habitat sites at the Rheinstrom Hill Audubon Center and Sanctuary provide quality bird habitat, model sustainable forest management, and address regeneration challenges.

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Kunjamuk Young Forest Demonstration Project
Healthy Forests

Kunjamuk Young Forest Demonstration Project

Audubon’s demo forest sites are living laboratories for people to visit, attend workshops, and learn about best practices to create healthy forest habitats.

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