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

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.
Waterfowl on the Outer Banks

Waterfowl on the Outer Banks

— It’s November on the OBX and the waterfowl that overwinter here are just coming in.
Welcoming Our Waterfowl

Welcoming Our Waterfowl

— If you are planning a trip to the Outer Banks this winter, keep an eye out for these waterfowl wintering here.
A Fall Guide to Coastal Migration

A Fall Guide to Coastal Migration

— While this fall brings bird migration departures, many new arrivals are starting to appear along our coast.