Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need
Photo: Walker Golder
Protecting coastal habitats for generations to come.
The Greatest Threat Our Birds Face Today
Find a retailer near you that carries the Native Plants of the Year
While you’re enjoying some fun in the sun, remember, you aren’t the only one using the sand and surf. Share the beach with shorebirds.
Learn how conservation heroes from North Carolina to Belize are working to help the climate threatened Wood Thrush.
Two Planting Events Provide Bird-Friendly Gardens for Citizens to Enjoy.
This summer, the Wrightsville Beach nesting colony has 349 Least Tern pairs, 123 Black Skimmer pairs, 14 Common Tern pairs and four oystercatcher pairs nesting on the beach.
Help finalize our 2018 Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year list by casting your vote! Our native plant experts have complied a list of NC native plant candidates, and now it’s up to YOU to vote for the winners.
Meet Don and Holly Addis - managing their Western NC land for Golden-winged Warbler habitat with assistance from Audubon NC.
Mark and Margaret Hartman are managing their Ashe County land for Golden-winged Warblers. Click to learn more!
N.C. Coastal Federation will sponsor a forum with environmental experts so public can hear about the Figure 8 Groin.
There are many home and garden events in the Triangle that will provide tools to make this year's garden the best for your birds.
The state will collaborate with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on managing Lake Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge in Hyde County. This ism worrying birding and wildlife groups.
Amber Williams is just one person who will be participating in the Great Backyard Bird Count with Audubon this year.
Climate change will affect the local environment first. See how it is progressing in this article.
Mark Standback and David Millican travel to Africa to study the birds and the bees.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!
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