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Avian Habitat Restoration at Joseph Davis State Park (NY)

Buffalo Audubon Society and partners will restore and enhance 85 acres of critical bird habitat at Joseph Davis State Park along the Upper Niagara River Corridor. Through invasive species control and seeding and planting of native vegetation, the project will benefit priority bird species by improving forested wetland, scrub-shrub wetland and shrub/scrub early successional habitats throughout the park. This work will address habitat-related Beneficial Use Impairments and contribute to the delisting of the Niagara River Area of Concern by helping to reverse the loss of bird habitat.

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