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Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Citizen Science at Bethabara
Centers And Chapters

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Citizen Science at Bethabara

— Over several years, citizen scientists document the changes seen in urban and suburban bird populations.
Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Yadkin Nature Trail Now Open
Centers And Chapters

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Yadkin Nature Trail Now Open

— The Yadkin River Nature Trail at Tanglewood Park officially opened June 10, 2015, with a ceremony for local officials and other invited guests.
Why It’s Important to Share the Beach with Birds
Coast

Why It’s Important to Share the Beach with Birds

— It’s a great time to see lots of activity at the south end of Wrightsville Beach, and a great time to think about how this nesting site fits into the bigger picture.
Cape Fear River Nesting Update Part 2
Coast

Cape Fear River Nesting Update Part 2

— The nesting season is winding down on the Cape Fear River, as new fledglings take to the air.
Speak up for Cape Hatteras National Seashore
Coast

Speak up for Cape Hatteras National Seashore

— The National Park Service is seeking input from the public. This is your opportunity to speak up for those who enjoy the Seashore for all that it offers to birds, sea turtles, other wildlife.
Summer Daydreams of Planting a Fall Bird Garden
Bird-Friendly Native Plants

Summer Daydreams of Planting a Fall Bird Garden

— It’s hot. It’s steamy. Planting your bird garden right now is not a good idea. Find new ways to spend the summer preparing your garden for fall planting season.
Help Unlock New Secrets – Become a Citizen Scientist
Working Lands

Help Unlock New Secrets – Become a Citizen Scientist

— Citizen science data helps unlock new secrets every day about the birds we love making conservation success stories possible.
Happy Hummers Get Wild for White Flowers
Native Plant Profiles

Happy Hummers Get Wild for White Flowers

— With its white blossoms, Virginia Sweetspire might not look like a hummingbird magnet, but you can bet it is!
Lea Hutaff Nesting Update – Late June to Early July
Coast

Lea Hutaff Nesting Update – Late June to Early July

— Now that it’s late summer, nesting on Lea-Hutaff is tapering off. See what our shorebirds are doing right now.