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Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need

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Sharing our Seas & Shores
Seas & Shores

Sharing our Seas & Shores

Protecting coastal habitats for generations to come.

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Climate
Climate

Climate

The Greatest Threat Our Birds Face Today

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Find Bird-Friendly Native Plants Retailers
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

Find Bird-Friendly Native Plants Retailers

Find a retailer near you that carries the Native Plants of the Year

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Share Your Holiday with Shorebirds
Seas & Shores

Share Your Holiday with Shorebirds

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.

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The Wood Thrush Connection
Climate

The Wood Thrush Connection

Learn how conservation heroes from North Carolina to Belize are working to help the climate threatened Wood Thrush.

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Communities Come Together to Benefit Birds
Bird-Friendly Communities

Communities Come Together to Benefit Birds

Two Planting Events Provide Bird-Friendly Gardens for Citizens to Enjoy.

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News & Updates

2016 Annual Meeting A Great Success
About Us

2016 Annual Meeting A Great Success

The 2016 Audubon Annual Meeting gave attendees the ultimate piedmont birding experience. Thank you to everyone who made this year’s event a great success.

The Wood Thrush Connection
Climate

The Wood Thrush Connection

Learn how conservation heroes from North Carolina to Belize are working to help the climate threatened Wood Thrush.

Audubon Signs Designate Specialized Habitat
Working Lands

Audubon Signs Designate Specialized Habitat

Audubon North Carolina is engaging private landowners in focal areas in the western region to manage their land for the Golden-winged Warblers, providing signs to designate the specialized habitats.

Hardening North Carolina’s Coast Is Not the Answer for Birds or Taxpayers
Advocacy

Hardening North Carolina’s Coast Is Not the Answer for Birds or Taxpayers

Keeping limits on terminal groins and other hardened structures in place can ensure that we don’t destroy the wild and scenic attributes that make our coast so special.

Growing Clean Energy to Protect North Carolina’s Birds
Conservation

Growing Clean Energy to Protect North Carolina’s Birds

During the 2016 Legislative Session, Audubon NC is working with lawmakers to support clean energy policies to reduce the long-term climate threat to birds.

More Volunteers Trained to Protect Warblers
Working Lands

More Volunteers Trained to Protect Warblers

A new team of Audubon volunteers met at the Highlands Biological Station and in Macon and Jackson County to learn about Golden-winged Warbler conservation techniques.

Audubon Meeting to Host Leading National Scientists in North Carolina
Media Releases

Audubon Meeting to Host Leading National Scientists in North Carolina

The Audubon North Carolina Annual Meeting will be held Friday, May 13 – Saturday, May 15 at the Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center in Winston-Salem with scheduled trips throughout Forsyth County.

Plant Fringe Tree for Three-Season Appeal
Native Plant Profiles

Plant Fringe Tree for Three-Season Appeal

Plant a Fringe Tree to have a three-season stunner in your bird-friendly backyard.

Communities Come Together to Benefit Birds
Bird-Friendly Communities

Communities Come Together to Benefit Birds

Two Planting Events Provide Bird-Friendly Gardens for Citizens to Enjoy.

Community Partners Build a Bird-Friendly Exhibit Garden in the Heart of Charlotte
Media Releases

Community Partners Build a Bird-Friendly Exhibit Garden in the Heart of Charlotte

In celebration of Earth Week, a new bird-friendly exhibit garden was planted at Charlotte Nature Museum.