Data from bird surveys are used to monitor trends in bird populations, identify needed conservation actions, and to monitor response of bird communities to forest management over the long term and across the region.
|Participants in Birding Boot Camp|
|Cerulean Warbler on Bankhead National Forest. credit Eric Soehren|
Anyone interested in birdwatching on the Bankhead National Forest should contact the Bankhead District Office in Double Springs at 205-489-5111. Bankhead National Forest is a part of the North Alabama Birding Trail. Birding brochures are available at the District Office.