Saturday, May 18th, 10:00 AM

GMF Forestry Office

201 Windrow Rd, Norfolk

Join Matt Gallagher (Director of Programs and Operations, Great Mountain Forest) and Rosa Goldman (Forest Program Senior Associate, Audubon CT) to learn about the connections between maple syrup and bird conservation. Come prepared to take a walk in GMF’s sugarbush, the first Audubon-recognized bird friendly sugarbush in Connecticut. Participants will learn about Audubon’s Bird-Friendly Maple program, sugarbush habitat characteristics that support forest birds, and GMF’s management work to provide quality habitat in their sugarbush. Open to interested landowners, maple producers, and others.