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Golden-Winged Warbler Habitat Project Update from Southeast Trust for Parks & Land (STPAL)

Golden-Winged Warbler Habitat Project Update from Southeast Trust for Parks & Land (STPAL)

Southeast Trust for Parks & Land (STPAL) and their Wildlife Consultant, Vic Vansant, is undertaking a project with Ecoforester, Carolina Audubon, USDA Equip program, and State of North Carolina Forestry and DENR to create 16-acres of habitat for the “near threatened” golden-winged warbler (GWWA) on 750-acres Bald Mountain Creek Nature Preserve in Yancey County, NC. This bird’s population has declined 98% in the Appalachians in the past 45 years, primarily due to habitat loss.

The link address is: https://stpal.org/news/golden-winged-warbler-habitat-project-update/