Bird-Friendly Communities

Plants for Birds

Let’s grow 1 million bird-friendly plants together
American Goldfinch on Purple coneflower. Photo: Will Stuart
Bird-Friendly Communities

Plants for Birds

Let’s grow 1 million bird-friendly plants together

The Audubon Native Plants Database helps you find the best plants for birds in your area. 

Bird-friendly native plants are not only beautiful—they require less upkeep and save water, time, and money.

With native species, your yard, patio, or balcony becomes a vital recharge station for birds passing through and a sanctuary for nesting and overwintering birds. 

Search for bird-friendly native plants now!

More Resources

Audubon Connecticut is thrilled to bring you the Audubon Native Plants Database resource in addition to our local offerings:

  • Habitat recognition/certification
  • Residential habitat improvement consultation
  • Habitat Ambassador volunteer training
  • Education programs and presentations
  • Native plant sales
  • Habitat restoration projects
  • Habitat planning and consultation for schools and community groups & municipalities

Want Help with the Process?

In addition to our helpful resources, we offer personalized habitat improvement consultation and assessments for homeowners and others interested in creating a bird-friendly habitat and home.

Contact Bird-Friendly Communities Coordinator Katie Blake by email with questions about our resource offerings or for more information and pricing for a personalized consultation.

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