“Shade Grown Coffee Supports Migratory Birds” is the new badge of honor for local coffee shops and roasters in Asheville and soon, across the state of North Carolina.
Audubon chapters across the state are hosting free bird walks from May-June. Come join us!
As a part of its Hike NC initiative, Blue Cross NC will donate a percentage of $100k to Audubon NC! All you have to do is vote for us using #VOTEAudubonNC and tag @BCBSNC.
Of 588 species studied by National Audubon Society, 314 are severely threatened by global warming.
550 volunteers, 3000 coastal birds, 130 private landowners: this is how Audubon North Carolina made a big impact on birds, wildlife, and human beings in 2016.
Counting birds - it's not as easy as it looks! Audubon Researchers collected and analyzed census data about the American Oystercatcher and Wilson's Plover to get a better sense of the big picture when it comes to protecting these beautiful birds.
Audubon NC staff contribute to monitoring and habitat management that benefits sea turtle conservation on Lea-Hutaff Island.
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!
Read a special interview with Doug Tallamy, author of "Bringing Nature Home".
Thank you to everyone who took action on behalf of Piping Plovers, Red Knots and other imperiled birds at Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
Birds need YOU! Get involved in helping to preserve our birds and their habitats today. There is something for everyone!
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