The Northern Tier Hardwood Association (NTHA) will be presenting a training program on “Establishing Golden-winged Warbler Habitat” at the Wayne Conservation District office/Reining Farm on October 26, 2013. The course is geared toward loggers, foresters and landowners interested in establishing Golden-winged Warbler habitat.
Carl Graybill, Habitat Biologist Contractor for the Wildlife Management Institute, has partnered with Emily Bellush of the Natural Resource Conservation Services in creating a workshop that will enhance your knowledge of the Golden-winged Warbler and American Woodcock. The goal is to facilitate and maintain good forest practices while establishing Golden-winged Warbler and American Woodcock habitat. It is important to note that this training also provides habitat for other young forest dependent wildlife species such as: white-tailed deer, bobcat, ruffed grouse, wild turkey and many other songbird species.
After the training there will be a field walk with stations provided by Sarah Hall (WCD), John Maza (DCNR), Darren Wolfgang, and Carl Graybill on various management practices.
This event is not sponsored by Northeast PA Audubon. We are helping to promote this event as a public service.