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Even though Christmas is over, there is more fun to be had with the Christmas Bird Count. Join your local Audubon Chapter in Winston-Salem to bird watch and enjoy the outdoors.
The Christmas Bird Count has begun and Audubon needs everyone's help to gain as much knowledge about the birds as possible. Follow or participate in this free citizen science project that has progressively grown throughout the years.
Both the Audubon Christmas Bird Count and the Backyard Bird Count contribute to our understanding of birds and how to protect them nationwide.
Audubon's Bird-Friendly Communities program brings together gardeners and bird lovers.
Resting and refueling on the journey are critical. People need to do it and so do piping plovers because the tiny bird travels thousands of miles in one year.
Audubon has a spirit that can overcome political gridlock.
‘Lights Out’ program dovetails with Raleigh’s conservation efforts
Brown-headed Nuthatches make their home in the southeast because of the temperate climate and abundance of pine trees.
The Brown-headed Nuthatch, a southern bird born and bred, needs your help to find a good home. These birds need more nest boxes today, so we can enjoy them for generations to come.
Providing the right kind of plants and elements in your landscape allows birds the three basic winter essentials: food, water and shelter.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!
Birds and wildlife needs YOU! 100% of your donation will be used to support the work of Audubon North Carolina.
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