PArticipate in Community science
Become a community scientist and help us get a better sense of where animals are moving across the landscape. This helps guide land conservation and habitat restoration.
Assess wildlife linkages near you! We are enlisting the help of local volunteers and students to get a better sense of where wildlife is moving between core forests. Check out our map of potential linkages and complete an assessment today!
We are collecting your roadkill and roadside wildlife observations throughout the corridor, including eastern New York, western Connecticut, western Massachusetts, and all of Vermont. See roadkill or roadside wildlife? Submit your observations today!
“We had a great volunteer day assessing wildlife habitat linkages at Flanders. Follow the Forest is an important tool that can help us set conservation priorities and achieve those goals by building a groundswell of support around protecting this great corridor through local efforts.”
– Anne, volunteer at Flanders Nature Center