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Oystercatcher Banding Day Part 2
Coast

Oystercatcher Banding Day Part 2

— Thanks to the bands, ornithologists and citizen scientists up and down the coast, we will be able to follow the lives of our four oystercatchers for years to come.
Oystercatcher Banding Day Part 1
Coast

Oystercatcher Banding Day Part 1

— Learn about the banding process to monitor shorebirds along the coast.
Audubon Sanctuary Public Education Programs Summer 2015
Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary And Audubon Center In Corolla

Audubon Sanctuary Public Education Programs Summer 2015

— This summer, the Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center in Corolla invites visitors to enjoy the birds and wildlife by land and by water with daily programs and events open to the public.
Chapter of the Month: Mecklenburg Audubon Society supports coffee conservation for birds
Chapter Of The Month

Chapter of the Month: Mecklenburg Audubon Society supports coffee conservation for birds

— Learn how the coffee you drink can help protect wintering habitats of many priority species.
Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Volunteer Extraordinaire, Jim Eldrett
Chapter Of The Month

Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Volunteer Extraordinaire, Jim Eldrett

— Meet Jim Eldrett, a T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon Society volunteer who goes above and beyond to protect North Carolina's birds.
Ocracoke Inlet Islands Update
Coast

Ocracoke Inlet Islands Update

— The Ocracoke Inlet is home to several islands providing a vibrant nesting habitat for shorebirds.
Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Volunteer Extraordinaire, Marie Poteat
Chapter Of The Month

Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Volunteer Extraordinaire, Marie Poteat

— Marie Poteat has been involved with T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon for five years. Learn about Marie’s dedication and leadership with our chapter serving the Triad.
The History of Bird Banding, Part II
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The History of Bird Banding, Part II

— Bird Banding is an invaluable tool for citizen scientists to help shape our understanding of birds. The modern system scientists use today only began to take shape in the early 1900s! Learn about the history of Bird Banding.
The History of Bird Banding, Part I
Coast

The History of Bird Banding, Part I

— The scientific use of banding was furthered by John James Audubon, one of the first to conduct banding experiments in North America. Learn how this practice originated hundreds of years earlier.