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In the United States, a native plant is defined as one that was naturally found in a particular area before European colonization. Native plants are the foundation of a region’s biodiversity, providing essential food sources and shelter for birds, especially those threatened by the changing climate. Since native plants are adapted to local precipitation and soil conditions, they generally require less upkeep, therefore helping the environment and saving you time, water, and money. The key to getting started is picking the right plants for your area.


The Best Results for your area have been hand-selected by Audubon experts in your region. They are important bird resources that are relatively easy to grow and are available at native plant nurseries. Filter your results by types of plants, resources, and the bird families you'd like to attract, or search for specific plant names. Add plants to your list by selecting the checkbox below each plant profile. Then click the orange "Get your plant list" button below to receive an emailed list.

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The Full Results list contains all the plants that are native to your area, including many species that may be less important bird resources, harder to find at your local nursery, or have more specific growing requirements than the special selection of these plants in Best Results. Filter your results by types of plants, resources, and the bird families you'd like to attract, or search for specific plant names. 

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Your local Audubon center, state office, or chapter can be a great source of native plant information. Below are the Audubon locations closest to you, along with the native plant services they offer. (In some parts of the country you may not have a "local" Audubon that is able to provide help with native plants for birds, but we will still show you the closest Audubon that can help.)


Further down the page you will find other local and regional resources, as well as nurseries that may be able to provide native plants that benefit birds. 


(If you are responsible for native plant programming at a local Audubon center, state office, or chapter and would like your organization to be listed here as a resource, we'd love to have your participation; please click here to provide us with your information.)

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More Local and Regional Resources

Local and regional native plant societies, databases, and other resources may have expertise on exactly what plants are best for your particular area and climate. 

Where to Buy Native Plants Near You

The nurseries listed at the right are likely a good place to start. (The native plants movement is just beginning, so your mileage may vary with these nurseries.) It's a good idea to call ahead to verify native stocks. Another helpful resource may be native plant societies near you; see the link to your state native plant society above, in the "More Local and Regional Resources" section. Read more about steps to consider before visiting the nursery here, and more on buying native plants here.

Online Native Plant Retailers

These online retailers service your area and may be a source of native plants, depending on your needs.

Native Plant Nurseries Around the Country


Thank you for planting for birds! With your help, we can grow 1 million new bird-friendly native plants across the country. Share what you're doing with your friends and tell us how many plants you intend to plant to help Audubon understand how the efforts of people like you are helping birds. 

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Every plant helps in the fight against climate change, the fight for birds. Your bird-friendly plants and those of bird lovers across the country all add up—so how many have you planted?

Audubon's native plants database draws its plant data from the North American Plant Atlas of the Biota of North America Program (BONAP).

By purchasing Audubon® Native Plants and Trees, you can support the National Audubon Society and the work we do to protect birds and the places they need.

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