Land Trusts Using eBird

Land trusts can use eBird to their benefit in many ways.

One example is the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust (SRLT) in Maine. Executive Director of SRLT Jennifer Irving says, “As a small land trust that is not well known in the area, we use eBird to help raise awareness and garner support for our work.” Getting people involved is the first step in producing engaged members and donors, leading to further conservation and increased funding. Read more about how the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust has leveraged eBird to contribute to their success.

You can view their many Hotspots on eBird by clicking the locations below:

Other land trusts that are using eBird hotspots include:

The Trustees of Reservations in Massachusetts, with hotspots at:

The Island Heritage Trust in Maine, with hotspots at:

The Presumpscot Regional Land Trust in Maine, with hotspots at: