Audubon NC Staff

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North Carolina is for the Birds During the Great Backyard Bird Count
Citizen Science

North Carolina is for the Birds During the Great Backyard Bird Count

— The GBBC is a joint project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society with partner Bird Studies Canada. Learn about Audubon’s Great Backyard Bird Count.
Chapter of the month- New Hope Audubon
Chapters

Chapter of the month- New Hope Audubon

— Get to know the New Hope Audubon chapter serving Chatham, Durham, Orange and parts of the central piedmont region.
Signs of Warmer Weather at the Audubon Sanctuary
Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary And Audubon Center In Corolla

Signs of Warmer Weather at the Audubon Sanctuary

— Most people think of the winter in Currituck as a land full of waterfowl, and that is very true. Get a peek into the Sanctuary as spring comes to the Outer Banks.
Christmas Bird Count Returns to Yancey County After 60 Years
Citizen Science

Christmas Bird Count Returns to Yancey County After 60 Years

— Learn how local birders revived the annual tradition of the Christmas Bird Count in Yancey County.
Hooks, Bullets and Conservation
Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary And Audubon Center In Corolla

Hooks, Bullets and Conservation

— Chandler Sawyer, a native of Currituck County and seventh generation hunt guide, takes care of the property and grounds at the Sanctuary in Corolla ensuring the overall health of the marsh and waterfowl populations.
Mapping Wood Thrush Habitat for Conservation
Climate

Mapping Wood Thrush Habitat for Conservation

— Audubon staff will use maps to highlight our work, our process of conservation priority setting, or other topics that are supported by these visuals.
Frozen birds have flown the coop!
Bird-Friendly Communities

Frozen birds have flown the coop!

— Estimates indicate that 100 million to 1 billion birds fall victim to buildings every year in the United States alone. And this fall, dozens of birds were found in downtown Winston-Salem.
Research and Conservation – What Lights Out is All About
Bird-Friendly Communities

Research and Conservation – What Lights Out is All About

— This fall, dozens of birds were found in downtown Winston-Salem. So, where do the birds go?
Is that a Partridge in that Pear Tree?
Ways To Help

Is that a Partridge in that Pear Tree?

— The annual Christmas Bird Count is citizen science at its best and everyone is invited.