Join Highstead, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Audubon Vermont, and the Northeast Bird Habitat Conservation Initiative for the upcoming Bird-friendly Forestry webinar series focused on best practices in habitat restoration and forestry management for birds in New England, with a focus on at-risk species. These webinars are designed and open for Regional Conservation Partnership leaders, partners, and forestry and conservation professionals.
Steve Hagenbuch, Senior Conservation Biologist and Forester at Audubon Vermont, will present four interactive sessions that will cover different topics such as habitat requirements and management practices, bird-related forestry strategies for landowners, foresters, and conservation partners, and a review of the various technical and financial resources available to support habitat management and conservation. Continuing Forestry Education Credits (CFEs) are pending for each webinar through the Society of American Foresters.
- September 15, from 2-3:15 pm ET - Session #1: The Power of Birds in Driving and Sustaining Forest Management within the RCP Network
- September 22, from 2-3:15 pm ET - Session #2: Habitat Requirements and Management Considerations for Forest Birds in New England
- September 29, from 2-3:15 pm ET - Session #3: Bird-friendly Forestry Practices and Strategies for Landowners
- October 13, from 2-3:30 pm ET - Session #4: Technical and Financial Assistance for RCPs, Conservation Partners, and Landowners
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Photo credit: Audubon Vermont