Workshop offered on forestry management for bird conservation

May 14, 2019by ncdea

MAINE, Waldo County SWCD – Wild bird species of Maine are currently facing many stresses that are causing their populations to decline. Many migratory birds are facing habitat loss in winter habitats and along their migratory routes.

One thing humans can do for birds is assure that they can find suitable places in our Maine woodlands to nest and raise young. What are the things that can be done to make woodlands suitable for a wide variety of birds to thrive? Waldo County Soil and Water Conservation District, Maine Audubon and the Maine Forest Service are offering a free outdoor workshop on Forestry for Maine Birds, on Thursday, May 23 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., at the Head of Tide Preserve in Belfast.

Source: Workshop offered on forestry management for bird conservation | PenBay Pilot

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