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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.
Pressed by environmental groups, the Corps decided to amend its draft environmental impact study.
Beach driving restrictions result in an increase in the number of sea turtle and shorebird nests on the beach, as well as greater success for shorebirds in raising their young.
Commentator Nan Graham recounts a trip to view the nesting habits of White Ibis in our area.
An op-ed by Heather Hahn.
Many species of special concern are all nesting in colonies at the tip of Wrightsville Beach.
Audubon North Carolina offers free guided tours led by the Wrightsville Beach bird stewards — a group of Audubon Society volunteers that help protect nesting shore birds.
Audubon North Carolina has created simple tips everyone can use to share the beach with birds and avoid disrupting them while they nest and raise their chicks.
Audubon North Carolina representatives presented on how climate change affects the survival of birds.
Marlene Eader, volunteer coordinator for Audubon North Carolina, led a lesson on beach-nesting birds, along with three other Audubon’s beach stewards.
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