Are you interested in managing your New York forest habitat and need expert guidance? Please fill out Audubon NY’s landowner assistance form! Audubon staff will do their best to get back to you in 2-3 weeks.
New York's bluebird population has dropped 90% due to pesticides, shortage of natural nesting cavities, and competition from sparrows and starlings. You can help! Install a bluebird nesting box on your woodlot so these colorful songbirds can raise their families.
Wild apple trees are an important food for wildlife, but overcrowding within a tree and between neighboring trees can reduce the number of apples they produce. Prune branches and clear around wild apple trees to help them grow more fruit.