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Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need

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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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Help Us Save the Sweet Song of this Wandering Warbler
Bird-Friendly Communities

Help Us Save the Sweet Song of this Wandering Warbler

2017 - the year of the Prothonotary Warbler, help us save this priority bird!

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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.

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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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Habitat Management for the Cape Fear River Dredge Islands
Coast

Habitat Management for the Cape Fear River Dredge Islands

Coastal habitat management aims to protect Cape Fear River terns

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Highland Biological Students Focus on Golden-wings
Working Lands

Highland Biological Students Focus on Golden-wings

Budding young scientists are working to protect the Golden-winged Warblers we love.

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Pisgah Natl Forest_Jeff Gunn_Flickr CC

Pisgah Natl Forest. Photo: Jeff Gunn/Flickr CC

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Tweet to Win!

Tweet Your Way to a Bird Walk with Our Staff!

Survey finds diverse species at bird-friendly forestry site
Forest Legacy Landbird Project

Survey finds diverse species at bird-friendly forestry site

Climate-threatened birds and more were discovered at the Cherokee Scout Reservation this year

Join 2017 Audubon North Carolina Chapter Day at the Zoo!
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Join 2017 Chapter Day at the Zoo!

Audubon NC chapter members, Audubon Ambassadors, and those interested in creating hubs of Audubon action in North Carolina are invited to join.

Foresters Gather for Training to Learn Bird-Friendly Techniques
Forestry Trainings

Foresters Gather for Training to Learn Bird-Friendly Techniques

At our highly successful “Foresters for the Birds” workshop, foresters received hands-on training to help them achieve forest health while also benefitting birds!

Wainwright Island Gets New Sand... and Birds!
Coast

Wainwright Island Gets New Sand... and Birds!

Manmade dredged-material islands are vital for the state’s populations of Royal and Sandwich terns.

Environmental Stewards from the Start
Conservation

Environmental Stewards from the Start

Conservationists Mark and Robin Prak work to ensure we "leave things in the same or better shape than we found them.”

Audubon Projects for Scouts – Our Birds Need YOU!
Conservation

Audubon Projects for Scouts – Our Birds Need YOU!

Calling all scouts looking for projects – from troop volunteer opportunities to Eagle Scout and Gold Award projects!

Local Farmers Use Horses to Restore GWWA Habitat
GWWA Conservation - Working Lands

Local Farmers Use Horses to Restore GWWA Habitat

Allie and Louis employed tree removal using horses, and created gaps in the forest canopy, to encourage continued growth of the vegetation cover GWWAs need to breed.

Your Morning Coffee Can Now Support Birds
Eco-Friendly Habitat Management

Your Morning Coffee Can Now Support Birds

“Shade Grown Coffee Supports Migratory Birds” is the new badge of honor for local coffee shops and roasters in Asheville and soon, across the state of North Carolina.

Find the Best Plants for Birds in Your Zip Code
Bird-Friendly Communities

Find the Best Plants for Birds in Your Zip Code

Discover the best bird-friendly native plants in your area by entering your zip code into Audubon's national database!