Explore the Audubon Native Plants Database and Discover Plants for Your Area
This helpful and fun-to-use resource is your key to making your local area friendlier to birds, and to you. Because the plants are native to your area, they will generally require less upkeep—saving water, time, and money. Just put in your zip code in the search box, and we’ll show you which plants are best for birds in your area.
From urban centers to rural towns, each community here in Connecticut can provide important habitat for birds. Your planting efforts will join those of other bird lovers across the country so that collectively we can plant one million native plants for birds! Thank you!
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.