Read the latest press releases from Audubon North Carolina. For media inquiries, contact Mary Alice Holley, 919.864.0428 or Email.
Audubon North Carolina's latest program sparks a thriving economy for bird-friendly native plants in NC.
Audubon North Carolina empowers gardeners to grow local with its latest program, the Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year.
In June, the National Park Service drastically reduced protections for nesting shorebirds by reducing the buffer distances that protect them.
Global warming presents an urgent threat to North Carolina’s most iconic birds. One thing that we can’t afford to do is wait.
Wood Thrush recapture efforts in Winston-Salem have collected data to identify stopover points between North Carolina and wintering sites in Central America.
For the first time, Chimney Swift experts from across the country will come together to discuss conservation methods to help protect this fragile species.
Part of $100 million effort to support local environmental nonprofits
Audubon North Carolina has created simple tips everyone can use to share the beach with birds and avoid disrupting them.
Wintering Plovers Recently Banded in Bahamas Making Their Way North
This page contains resources for media covering the Bird-Friendly Planting Day on April 19.
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