Birds

How We Made an Impact in 2017

How We Made an Impact in 2017

— 655 new landowners engaged, 300 foresters trained, 16,000 individuals and volunteers building Bird-Friendly Communities -- these are just some of the ways Audubon North Carolina made an impact in 2017.
Letter to the Editor: "For the Birds"

Letter to the Editor: "For the Birds"

— This opinion piece about properly siting wind projects was originally published by The News & Observer as a featured "Letter to the Editor." Bald Eagle. Photo: Dennis Schroeder and John de la Rosa/NREL/FlickrCC
FAQs: Forest Management for Birds

FAQ: Forest Management Through Working Lands

— FAQs for managing and improving your land to benefit birds.
Priority Bird Profile: American Oystercatchers

Priority Bird Profile: American Oystercatchers

— American Oystercatchers are one of the focal species of our coastal work, and one of North Carolina's more recognizable beach nesting birds. Here's where you can find it, how you can help it, and why it matters!
Join a free bird walk near you this spring

Join a free bird walk near you this spring

— Audubon chapters across the state are hosting free bird walks from May-June. Come join us!
Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower

Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower

— Find instructions and tips to build a Chimney Swift Tower in your community.
How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

— Mooresville homeowners uncap their chimney so neighborhood swifts can have a place to roost.
Birding with Kids

Birding with Kids

Birding can be simple, too, and you don't need to know how to identify a single species to help your kids get started.
Bird Watching

Bird Watching

Birds have a unique ability to inspire and delight us. Learn about how to best watch feathered friends.