Helping Birds

Priority Bird Profile: Rose-breasted Grosbeak

Priority Bird Profile: Rose-breasted Grosbeak

— The Rose-breasted Grosbeak is one of about a dozen “priority species” that the National Audubon Society’s Healthy Forest initiative has chosen to help through active forest protection and management.
Foresters for the Bottomland Birds

Foresters for the Bottomland Birds

— Our 3rd "Foresters for the Birds" workshop at Jones Lake State Park brought together over 40 foresters and land managers to learn how to manage bottomland hardwood forests for birds.
Midseason Coastal Nesting Update

Midsummer Beach Nesting Update

— The year began with a cold spring, but has so far been generally successful for terns, oystercatchers and skimmers thanks to the absence of major storms or human distubance events.
Birds Nest in Odd Places!

Birds Nest in Odd Places

— Birds are adaptable and often the cycle of nest-building and egg-laying happens pretty fast, so you never know what you might find, or when...
Boone Bird Garden Groundbreaking and Celebration

Boone Bird Garden Groundbreaking and Celebration

— This project transforms a school courtyard into a colorful garden full of plants that will produce flowers, seeds, and berries that will in turn attract birds and other pollinators.
Forsyth Audubon Rallies to Renew Miller Park

Forsyth Audubon Rallies to Renew Miller Park

— Our local chapters are actively engaged in their communities, particularly when it comes to making local parks, schools and backyards bird-friendly! Forsyth Audubon has been busy helping guide the restoration and renovation of Miller Park in Winston-Salem.
Nest Watch in 360: Pelicans, Terns and Ibis

Watch the Action: Cape Fear River Nesting Season

— Experience a literal bird’s eye view of nesting season on the Lower Cape Fear River sanctuary islands in our new series of interactive 360-degree videos!
Priority Bird Profile: Piping Plovers

Priority Bird Profile: Piping Plovers

— North Carolina is the only state where Piping Plovers are found as both breeding and wintering birds – meaning they inhabit the coast year-round! Learn where to find them, how to help them, and more in this Priority Bird Profile: Piping Plovers.
Help Celebrate Success of Nesting Birds

Help Celebrate Success of Nesting Birds

— By visiting a nest site every 3-4 days, you can collect important data without causing excess disruption.
FAQs: Forest Management for Birds

FAQ: Forest Management Through Working Lands

— FAQs for managing and improving your land to benefit birds.