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Five Forest-dependent Birds that Return in Early Spring
— Learn about each species and what you can do to improve forest habitat.
Forest Birds That Nest in the Off-Season
Meet several species that prefer to breed outside of spring and early summer.
Audubon Forester Training and Endorsement Program
Creating a national network of professional foresters working in partnership with Audubon to promote healthy forest ecosystems that provide high-quality habitat for priority bird species, at scale.
Top 10 New York Forest Birds
Without picking favorites, here are some of the birds that depend on New York's forests for feeding, nesting, and raising young.
Top Invasive Species Resource Professionals Should Monitor for Forest Health
Help New York birds by creating healthier woodland habitat.
WATCH: An Inside Look at Healthy Forests
— On this webinar recording we take a close look at some of the threats our forests and forest birds face, and what we can do to help.
Free Landowner's Guide to Improving Forest Health
— Start here and take steps to improve forest habitat for birds, other wildlife, recreation, and more.
Audubon New York Offers Free Forester's Guide
— The application of sustainable forest management can greatly improve forest bird habitat.
Forest Fact Sheet
Quick facts about healthy forest habitat and why it's essential. Click here to download and print!
Managing Forests for Birds: A Landowner's Guide
Download this new guide, full of information about the habitat needs of forest birds plus next steps for landowners to follow when interested in forest habitat management.
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You play an important role in our mission to protect birds & the habitats they need to survive.