Plants for Birds
The welfare of birds is intimately linked to the quality of food and shelter found in their habitats. As urbanization increases and natural habitats disappear, native plants can go a long way to restoring the habitats birds need. Georgia Audubon is excited to be a partner in the Plants for Birds Initiative in the Audubon Chapter Network. The goal of the Plants for Birds Initiative is to plant 1 million native plants to create habitat for birds, bees, butterflies, and other wildlife.
The Plants for Birds website contains many unique resources to help you determine what native plants will work best in your yard, including numerous articles and videos to help you create an oasis for wildlife in your own yard. Click the link below to visit the site.