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National Audubon Society: Translating Bird Science into Forest Management Practice

Project Overview

In 2013, National Audubon Society was awarded $60,000 to increase accessibility of the latest bird science materials and conservation best management practices for forest managers in the Eastern United States. The project was a collaborative effort being conducted by six Audubon State programs with input and contributions from a wide range of experts and stakeholders, including SFI Program Participants. Following numerous workshops and field tours, Audubon published and distributed region-specific forest management recommendations, tailored to foresters and land managers, for the major forest types in the Atlantic Flyway. Audubon also conducted outreach workshops utilizing recommendations from key forest industry partners to train and promote best management practices in bird conservation.

This project supports several of SFI’s key objectives, including protection of critically imperiled species and forests with exceptional conservation value, as well training for forest professionals and forest landowners.


Project Partners

This project was a collaboration between six Audubon State Programs: Vermont, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Other Partners include Empire State Forest Products Association.


About Audubon

Now in its second century, Audubon connects people with birds, nature and the environment that supports us all. Our national network of community-based nature centers, chapters, scientific, education, and advocacy programs engages millions of people from all walks of life in conservation action to protect and restore the natural world.

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