Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center in Corolla

Aerial Views of Pine Island

Aerial Views of Pine Island

— Chip Hemingway, an architect working on the Master Site Plan for the Sanctuary, has been able to blend his two passions: to create both art and architecture.
Stroll Through the Upgraded Nature Trail

Stroll Through the Upgraded Nature Trail

— This winter, work will be done to make the Sanctuary Nature Trail in Corolla more accessible and informative.
Exploring Nature and History in the Outer Banks

Exploring Nature and History in the Outer Banks

— The Sanctuary staff was excited to partner with Wings Over Water to offer festival goers an intimate nature experience through guided tours.
Spring Break for Good

Spring Break for Good

— Twenty-four student volunteers flocked to the Outer Banks as part of the University of Akron’s 2015 Alternative Spring Break Trip.
Phase 1 of the Future Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center

Phase 1 of the Future Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary and Audubon Center

The birds and wildlife have been here for centuries and now ambitious planning at the Sanctuary and Audubon Center in Corolla will bring researchers from across the country to unlock its conservation secrets.
Conservation Inspires Art and Education

Conservation Inspires Art and Education

— Inspired by the region’s famed waterfowl and long-standing tradition of hunting with wooden decoys, Hitnes created a large-scale mural on the Sanctuary’s boathouse.
Audubon Sanctuary Public Education Programs Summer 2015

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.
Spring Creeps Slowly onto the Outer Banks

Spring Creeps Slowly onto the Outer Banks

— Audubon North Carolina’s Donal C. O’Brien Jr. Sanctuary Director Robbie Fearn celebrates the early signs of spring on the Outer Banks.
Signs of Warmer Weather at the Audubon Sanctuary

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.
Hooks, Bullets and Conservation

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.