Audubon North Carolina protects our birds and the places they need
Photo: Walker Golder
Learn about the different ways you can make a gift to Audubon North Carolina.
Bringing conservation efforts on where most people live - in cities and towns.
Experience the last remnants of the storied Currituck Sound landscape
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.
Town of Black Mountain constructs two chimney swift towers for local bird populations.
Check out our answers to the most common bird questions we receive.
This Halloween, go on an invasive plant hunt and eliminate these nasty plants from your yard.
Meet your Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2018!
The National Audubon Society has officially launched its Plants For Birds program, a campaign designed to help inform and encourage individuals and communities to grow native plants that benefit wildlife.
Private Landowners Contribute to Successful Habitat Restoration and Management to benefit the Golden-winged Warbler.
1,000 private landowners across nine Western NC counties identified for next wave of Working Lands outreach.
Find instructions and tips to build a Chimney Swift Tower in your community.
Mooresville homeowners uncap their chimney so neighborhood swifts can have a place to roost.
16 climate threatened species best illustrate the breadth of the impact of climate change in North Carolina.
Taking action on climate change may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Complete a Climate Action Plan to kick-start your journey.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!
400 Silver Cedar Sourt Suite 240
Chapel Hill, NC, 27514
Phone: (919) 929-3899
Fax: (919) 929-4599
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Birds and wildlife needs YOU! 100% of your donation will be used to support the work of Audubon North Carolina.
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