Leading Conservation

Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need

Photo: Walker Golder

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Ways to Give

Learn about the different ways you can make a gift to Audubon North Carolina.

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Bird-Friendly Communities
Bird-Friendly Communities

Bird-Friendly Communities

Bringing conservation efforts on where most people live - in cities and towns.

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Donal C. O’Brien, Jr. Sanctuary in Corolla
Donal O'Brien Jr.  Sanctuary and Audubon Center

Donal C. O’Brien, Jr. Sanctuary in Corolla

Experience the last remnants of the storied Currituck Sound landscape

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Saving Our Birds Kicks off in the Triangle
Conservation

Saving Our Birds Kicks off in the Triangle

Saving Our Birds will feature a series of programs and events to inspire awareness and understanding of NC native birds and empower people to help conserve the habitats they need to thrive.

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With Small Changes, Forest Management Benefits Birds
Working Lands

With Small Changes, Forest Management Benefits Birds

Last month, nearly 50 foresters were trained in management practices to benefit birds in NC.

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Answers to common questions about birds
Birds

Answers to common questions about birds

Check out our answers to the most common bird questions we receive.

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News & Updates

Two Towers Welcome Swifts to Black Mountain
Bird-Friendly Communities

Two Towers Welcome Swifts to Black Mountain

Town of Black Mountain constructs two chimney swift towers for local bird populations.

Saving Our Birds Kicks off in the Triangle
Conservation

Saving Our Birds Kicks off in the Triangle

Saving Our Birds will feature a series of programs and events to inspire awareness and understanding of NC native birds and empower people to help conserve the habitats they need to thrive.

Coastal Habitats Support Growing Chicks
Conservation

Coastal Habitats Support Growing Chicks

Audubon-managed sanctuary sites support about one-third of the coastal waterbirds that nest in the state. Protecting these sites are essential to maintaining healthy populations of coastal birds.

Join Us for the 2016 Chapter Day!
Chapters

Join Us for the 2016 Chapter Day!

Mark your calendars for the 2016 Audubon North Carolina Chapter Day! All Audubon NC chapter members, and those interested in joining a chapter, are invited to attend.

Leading Conservation – Sound Science and Global Partnerships
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Leading Conservation – Sound Science and Global Partnerships

As our birds don’t live within state borders, neither do our staff. Audubon employs a full life-cycle approach to conservation. Donate to support our work to lead conservation across the entire Atlantic Flyway.

Leading Conservation – Pine Island Sanctuary and Audubon Center
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Leading Conservation – Pine Island Sanctuary and Audubon Center

The 2,600-acre Sanctuary and Audubon Center in Corolla is a special place where birds, wildlife and a very diverse set of ecosystems continue to thrive. Make a donation to support the program.

Leading Conservation – Bird Friendly Communities
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Leading Conservation – Bird Friendly Communities

When Audubon raises its voice for the birds of North Carolina, people listen. It took only two years to create 10,000 new homes for nuthatches. Donate to support our next effort.

Leading Conservation – Working Lands
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Leading Conservation – Working Lands

We know the Golden-winged Warbler and Wood Thrush greatly benefit from connected habitats. One way we are solving this is through our Working Lands Initiative. Donate to support this program.

Help Save Endangered Piping Plovers at North Carolina’s Rich Inlet
Advocacy

Help Save Endangered Piping Plovers at North Carolina’s Rich Inlet

We need YOUR help to stop the construction of this terminal groin once and for all. Urge the Army Corps to Save Rich Inlet.

Expanding Engagement with Landowners Across NC
Climate

Expanding Engagement with Landowners Across NC

This summer, the Audubon North Carolina team welcomes Cat Bowler to support our Climate and Policy work across the state.