FoHVOS can provide support and guidance for wildlife conservation. While our primary program involves working with American Kestrel nesting boxes, FoHVOS can also provide guidance for enhancing your property for other wildlife.

You can learn more about Threatened and Endangered Species in the Hopewell Valley.


Funding Conservation Projects

Rare and Endangered Species - Protecting, Providing Habitat, and Monitoring

Links to Learn More

Baltimore Checkerspot, photo: Rachel Mackow
Baltimore Checkerspot, photo: Rachel Mackow

Private Lands Stewardship Program

American Kestrel
American Kestrel

The American Kestrel is listed as a State Threatened Species since 2012. Their numbers have been declining in recent years most likely due to lack of nesting sites. Some facts about the American Kestrel:

nesting box
Installing bluebird nesting box

2016/2017 Deer Management Program and Public Access Limitations tax incentive program Baldpate Mountain Forest Stewardship Plan