Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need
Photo: Walker Golder
The Greatest Threat Our Birds Face Today
Find a retailer near you that carries the Native Plants of the Year
Experience the last remnants of the storied Currituck Sound landscape
Part of $100 million effort to support local environmental nonprofits
A day at the beach is a vacation for most people. Residents and tourists alike travel to North Carolina beaches throughout the year to swim, fish or just stroll down the strand.
The GBBC is a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society with partner Bird Studies Canada. Learn about Audubon’s Great Backyard Bird Count.
Planting Little Bluestem in your yard is like planting a living bird feeder. Learn more about this plant featured on our 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plant of the Year list.
If you have space to plant just one tree to feed your birds, you can’t go wrong with the River Birch, one of our 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year.
Audubon NC has submitted comments to strengthen the the state’s emissions reduction plan for power plants to better protect the birds we love.
The Audubon Sanctuary served as a site for researchers to measure the health of Black Rail populations and examine potential strongholds along the coast.
The Great Backyard Bird Count is a great way for people of all ages and backgrounds to connect with nature and show some love for birds Valentine’s Day weekend.
The 2016 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year list is here! Download it now.
January 2016 marks THREE YEARS of Bird-Friendly Communities - an initiative of Audubon working to drive growth leading to long-term conservation success for NC birds.
The Sweetbay Magnolia is among our Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2016. Find this and other plants at your local participating retailer.
Attract Ruby-throated Hummingbirds to your yard with this bird-friendly native plant now available with participating retailers.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!
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