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Cape Fear River Nesting Update
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Cape Fear River Nesting Update

— Many islands dot the Cape Fear River, but just about eight or nine islands host nesting birds. These nesting islands provide a variety of habits from open sand to shrub and tree thickets.
Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Exploring the Audubon Natural Area
Chapter Of The Month

Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Exploring the Audubon Natural Area

— The T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon Natural Area (Audubon Natural Area) has been a favorite birding site since our chapter signed a maintenance agreement with the City of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department in 1976.
How to Help a Bird Caught in Fishing Line
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How to Help a Bird Caught in Fishing Line

— Usually, birds and people fishing get along just fine, but when fishing line and birds intersect, dangerous complications can arise. Luckily, there are ways people can help!
Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Exploring Price Park
Chapter Of The Month

Chapter of the Month – T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon: Exploring Price Park

— The City of Greensboro’s 98-acre Price Park is a favorite spot for T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon chapter to go birding and a great place to spot roosting Chimney Swifts.
Nesting Update: Lea- Hutaff Island
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Nesting Update: Lea- Hutaff Island

— Between Topsail Island to the north and Figure 8 Island to the south, there lies a haven for wildlife: Lea-Hutaff Island providing habitat for nesting birds and sea turtles.
Nesting Update: The South End of Wrightsville Beach, April - May
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Nesting Update: The South End of Wrightsville Beach, April - May

— The south end of Wrightsville Beach is an important site for five species of beach-nesting birds.
The South End of Wrightsville Beach – A Vital Bird Habitat
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The South End of Wrightsville Beach – A Vital Bird Habitat

— The south end of Wrightsville Beach, N.C. is a favorite among many beach-nesting birds. Each summer, nesting shorebirds arrive to raise the next generation of chicks.
Protecting Land Birds Across North Carolina
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Protecting Land Birds Across North Carolina

— Meet Curtis Smalling. Curtis ensures North Carolina’s birds are protected throughout their entire annual life cycle.
Shared Values: Audubon North Carolina Partners with Communities of Faith
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Shared Values: Audubon North Carolina Partners with Communities of Faith

— Audubon NC has expanded our reach to include working with communities of faith working with people who have the same passion and energy for the natural world that we do.