Put your dollars to work to protect our birds and lands.
Photo: Aimee Tomcho
With our innovative collaborative approach, we are leading the way for increased sustainable land management practices. We are taking the necessary steps to reverse the threat of habitat fragmentation.
In order to have the greatest impact to restoring the places our birds need, Audubon North Carolina has set a goal of protecting, preserving or restoring 50,000 acres of forest and shrubland habitat for our highest priority bird species.
We are up to the challenge and we will achieve this goal with an expansion of the program. Please consider a contribution to our Working Lands Initiative so our staff can continue to engage volunteers and build a network of supporters working toward our common goal – keeping our forest birds a part of Western North Carolina.
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