Leigh Greenwood

Leigh-GreenwoodLeigh Greenwood is the manager of Don’t Move Firewood, an outreach campaign managed by The Nature Conservancy’s Forest Health Protection Program. Leigh’s interest in the complex relationships between invasive species and native birds stems from even before her Master’s Degree in Wildlife Biology, where she studied the interplay between invasive plants, flies used for biological control, and the overwinter foraging of Black-capped and Mountain chickadees. She has worked for the Conservancy since 2007 and her current favorite bird is the Clark’s Nutcracker.


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Do Your Part for Trees This August

Every August, you can do your part by celebrating Tree Check Month. Takes a few minutes to check your trees for invasive pests and the damage they leave behind.

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Birders: Report Forest Pests During the Christmas Bird Count

The Christmas Bird Count is one of the world’s largest birding events and citizen science efforts. This year, expand your impact by also noting forest pests. Our blogger gets you started.

Posted In: Invasive Species
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Birders: Report Forest Pests During the Great Backyard Bird Count

The Great Backyard Bird Count is one of the largest citizen science efforts in the world. Learn how participants can expand their impact by reporting invasive forest pests.

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