Habitat Assessment Volunteer Training
Educational Webinar Series for Volunteers and Landowners of the Lyme Forest Block
Are you a champion for birds and other wildlife and love to learn? You are invited to participate in these webinars. The webinars are over, but you can still participate by watching recordings of the sessions.
In an effort to optimize forest habitat for birds and other wildlife, Audubon Connecticut and partners are offering an exciting opportunity for landowners in the Lyme Forest Block—a chance to participate in a free forest bird habitat assessment, conducted by Audubon trained volunteers.
These sessions are geared for our volunteers. However, we welcome Lyme Forest Block landowners to watch the sessions to build their forest habitat knowledge.
April 29- Why Manage our Woods for Birds. If you want to watch a recording of the April 29 webinar, click here.
The Birds of our Woods
May 13– Plant ID- Trees and Shrubs that Benefit Birds. If you want to watch a recording of the May 13 webinar, click here.
What are Invasive Plants?
May 27- The Principles of Managing Woodlands for Birds. If you want to watch a recording of the May 27 webinar, click here.
The Principles of Managing Woodlands for Birds–Understanding Landscape Context
June 10– Conducting a Habitat Assessment. If you want to watch a recording of the June 10 webinar, click here.
Conducting a Habitat –Landowner Engagement, Surveying the Property and Collecting Data
Volunteers who have elected to participate in the Lyme Forest Block habitat assessment project are required to participate in all three forest bird habitat assessment training sessions. RSVP is requested.
Interested in being a volunteer? There is still time to sign up!
To become a volunteer, for questions, please contact Kelly Morgan at email@example.com or 860-234-7630
This free program is part of a Bird Workshop Series offered by the Lyme Forest Block Conservation Project Phase 2—an initiative launched by Audubon Connecticut, in partnership with the Town of Lyme and the Lyme Land Trust, the Eightmile River Wild and Scenic Coordinating Committee, The Nature Conservancy, and other local land trusts, and municipalities.
Want to learn more? View the Lyme Forest Block Habitat Assessment info session that was held on April 4.