by Crystal Cockman
November 8, 2017
Last week, I visited The LandTrust for Central North Carolina’s Low Water Bridge Preserve with Aimee Tomcho, Conservation Biologist with Audubon North Carolina. The purpose of our visit was to look at the site’s suitability for a program called the Forest Landbird Legacy Program (FLLP).
The Forest Landbird Legacy Program (FLLP) guides and supports land management and habitat restoration to benefit forest birds. By establishing a protected and properly managed network of forested landscapes along the Atlantic Flyway, Audubon will work to increase and maintain healthy populations of forest dependent priority species. Audubon enlists landowners and foresters to help support birds that depend on forested landscapes along the Atlantic Flyway. This program provides outreach, financial assistance, tools and training that promote bird-friendly forestry practices and drive forest conservation. [Read more…]