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Bird Habitat Recognition Program

The Bird Habitat Recognition Program,

part of

Audubon At Home,

is operated in Pennsylvania by

Audubon Pennsylvania

in partnership with

Together Green dot org

Open the Bird Habitat Recognition Program website


Bird Habitat Recognition invites property owners and schools in Pennsylvania to transform some property into bird habitat with native plants and then register the property with Audubon Pennsylvania. Improving our built landscapes for birds leads to sustainable alternatives to traditional landscape practices. Participants are encouraged to monitor birds and submit data to many Citizen Science programs and eBird. Registration is free; Durable yard signs are offered as a gift for donation to Audubon, or can be purchased outright.


Open the Bird Habitat Recognition Program website



Topic - habitat, birds, ecology, gardening, natives

Audience - Property owners, teachers

Location - homes, schools, businesses, parks

Goals - habitat, monitoring



Steven Saffier, Audubon At Home Coordinator - Audubon PA  email Steven

  610-666-5593 x112

Citizen science, volunteer monitoring, participatory action research... this site supports organizers of all initiatives where public participants are involved in scientific research.

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