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A Year of Action for Birds & Climate
Climate

A Year of Action for Birds & Climate

170 trained Ambassadors have taken tens of thousands of actions to lead bird conservation and climate change action in North Carolina. Help us celebrate an outstanding first year!

Bringing Nature to North Carolina
Bird-Friendly Communities

Bringing Nature to North Carolina

Read a special interview with Doug Tallamy, author of "Bringing Nature Home".

Audubon North Carolina Takes Action for Cape Hatteras National Seashore
Coast

Audubon North Carolina Takes Action for Cape Hatteras National Seashore

Thank you to everyone who took action on behalf of Piping Plovers, Red Knots and other imperiled birds at Cape Hatteras National Seashore.

Resighting Migrant Birds Supports Citizen Science
Coast

Resighting Migrant Birds Supports Citizen Science

Learn how resighting bands helps Audubon North Carolina track American Oystercatcher populations on our coast.

What monsters are lurking in your yard?
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

What monsters are lurking in your yard?

This Halloween, go on an invasive plant hunt and eliminate these nasty plants from your yard.

Meet the 2018 Bird-Friendly Dirty Dozen
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

Meet the 2018 Bird-Friendly Dirty Dozen

Meet your Bird-Friendly Native Plants of the Year for 2018!

Audubon North Carolina Invites You to Help Grow One Million Native Plants For Birds
Media Releases

Audubon North Carolina Invites You to Help Grow One Million Native Plants For Birds

The National Audubon Society has officially launched its Plants For Birds program, a campaign designed to help inform and encourage individuals and communities to grow native plants that benefit wildlife.

Audubon Signs Designate Specialized Habitat
Working Lands

Audubon Signs Designate Specialized Habitat

Private Landowners Contribute to Successful Habitat Restoration and Management to benefit the Golden-winged Warbler.

Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower
Bird-Friendly Communities

Build Your Own Chimney Swift Tower

Find instructions and tips to build a Chimney Swift Tower in your community.

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home
Bird-Friendly Communities

How Easy It Can Be to Welcome Swifts to Your Home

Mooresville homeowners uncap their chimney so neighborhood swifts can have a place to roost.

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