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Thanks in part to the efforts of Audubon's shorebird experts, the plovers' wintering grounds are now a national park.
North Carolina Audubon Society and North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light partner for Charlotte's Audubon Ambassadors Training.
As old chimneys disappear, the swift population is declining. Audubon NC is spearheading efforts to preserve this urban-dwellign bird.
Shorebird numbers were back up after a good nesting season in 2015.
A crowd-funded geotagging project helped researchers figure out where Wood Thrushes spend their lives.
The City of Raleigh announced they will turn out the lights to protect migrating birds.
This weekend, the Triangle shows off its eclectic family fun. Head out to festivals that celebrate summer, art and crafts and ... chimney swifts.
The beach is essential to wildlife that lay eggs and nest along the sandy stretches in a pattern established thousands of years before the arrival of the internal combustion engine.
Following federal orders written into the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act, the National Park Service is considering increasing beach access to drivers at the park.
With cities across the nation building bigger skyscrapers, commercial buildings, and even just condos, there has been a shift in the migration trends for birds.
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