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Read the latest coverage of Audubon North Carolina programs. For media inquiries, contact Kim Brand at 336-391-9614 or kbrand@audubon.org.

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Winston-Salem Journal: Adding bird-friendly native plants helps everyone
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Winston-Salem Journal: Adding bird-friendly native plants helps everyone

Providing the right kind of plants and elements in your landscape allows birds the three basic winter essentials: food, water and shelter.

WRAL: This idea's for the birds: Raleigh to dim building lights
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WRAL: This idea's for the birds: Raleigh to dim building lights

Raleigh plans to implement "bird-friendly lighting strategies" as part of its 2030 Comprehensive Plan, a long-range plan that covers energy conservation and wildlife habitat as well as neighborhood and economic development.

Audubon Magazine: Piping Plovers Get a Protected Park in the Bahamas
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Audubon Magazine: Piping Plovers Get a Protected Park in the Bahamas

Thanks in part to the efforts of Audubon's shorebird experts, the plovers' wintering grounds are now a national park.

News & Observer: Science and religion find common ground in stewardship
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News & Observer: Science and religion find common ground in stewardship

North Carolina Audubon Society and North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light partner for Charlotte's Audubon Ambassadors Training.

News & Observer: Chimney swifts - Awesome autumn aviators
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News & Observer: Chimney swifts - Awesome autumn aviators

As old chimneys disappear, the swift population is declining. Audubon NC is spearheading efforts to preserve this urban-dwellign bird.

Lumina News: Shorebird numbers back up after good season
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Lumina News: Shorebird numbers back up after good season

Shorebird numbers were back up after a good nesting season in 2015.

Audubon Magazine: Wood Thrushes Connect Bird Lovers Across Borders
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Audubon Magazine: Wood Thrushes Connect Bird Lovers Across Borders

A crowd-funded geotagging project helped researchers figure out where Wood Thrushes spend their lives.

WUNC: Raleigh To Turn 'Lights Out' After Hours To Protect Migrating Birds
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WUNC: Raleigh To Turn 'Lights Out' After Hours To Protect Migrating Birds

The City of Raleigh announced they will turn out the lights to protect migrating birds.

Carolina Parent: Triangle Weekend Fun
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Carolina Parent: Triangle Weekend Fun

This weekend, the Triangle shows off its eclectic family fun. Head out to festivals that celebrate summer, art and crafts and ... chimney swifts.

News & Observer: Keep the driving limits on Cape Hatteras National Seashore
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News & Observer: Keep the driving limits on Cape Hatteras National Seashore

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.

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