Resources


Montgomery 2007 BAT Spotted salamander Turtle tracking
Resources for land-use planners Natural history resources Resources for NGOs and educational institutions
In New York State, as in many other states, municipal agencies (e.g., town councils, town planning boards) have substantial authority for land use planning. Hudsonia provides a number of resources for biologists and for the non-biologist members of town agencies, land trusts, and others whose land use decisions will shape the ecological landscape for the foreseeable future.

Hudsonia has created a suite of resources including published books and newsletters, factsheets on Hudson Valley plants and animals, and detailed habitat maps. Browse the links below to learn more about the natural history of the Hudson Valley.

Hudsonia is willing to loan equipment, books, and periodicals to NGOs and educational institutions free of charge. Please contact us to ask about available resources.

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