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It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanates from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit.

- Robert Louis Stevenson



Habitat Restoration is a great way to make a difference for wildlife and our environment as a whole. It can be done on a large scale through a group project or right in our own yards.
Habitat Restoration in the Community Habitat Restoration at Home
Catoctin Creek Tree Planting 2005 Amazing Natives
Past Projects:

Resources to use at Home:
Bringing Back the Monarch,
Keeping the Magic Alive!
Audubon at Home
Bring Back the Monarchs Join our campaign in Bringing Back the Monarch - at Home, Schools, Churches, Parks, Farms, Businesses, Roadways- anywhere there's a sunny spot! Work with one of our Audubon at Home Ambassadors and certify your site as a sanctuary for wildlife
Search our Gardening for Wildlife Plant List

Use this guide to select native plants for your garden landscaping or other projects. Search it online or download it in full. We also have hard copies availabile for free at many of our programs.
Get Involved
Join our Habitat restoration Committee, Volunteer to help with the Mnarch campaign, or Become an Audubon Ambassador. We need help both with planning habitat restoration projects and with executing them. Please volunteer to get involved!