In spring Maine woodlands fill with the songs and colors of warblers, thrushes and other forest songbirds. Unfortunately, populations of our woodland birds are in decline. For some species, the declines are as great as 80 percent over the last four decades, and the number of species is declining as well. Woodland owners and managers are key to halting these declines and ensuring that our forest songbirds remain a familiar facet of spring. Landowners, foresters and loggers interested in learning how they can support Maine’s forest songbirds are invited to attend a Forestry for Maine Birds workshop from 9 AM to Noon, Saturday, June 19. The workshop will at Wicopy Woods in Sebec, ME. Registration is required to attend. Forestry for Maine Birds (FFMB) is a new approach to integrating bird conservation with forest management and planning. In the workshop, participants will learn how to: Improve habitat for priority forest birds and a variety of other wildlife species, Take care of their woodlands, Work with other forest management goals, and Enhance the value and enjoyment of Maine woodlands for many generations to come. To sign up or for more information, contact PCSWCD, firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-564-2321 ext. 3. More information about the Forestry for Maine Birds approach may be found online at https://www.maineaudubon.org/projects/forestry-for-maine-birds/.