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These biological technicians are instrumental in preserving the delicate, waning habitat on the beaches, marshes, and sanctuary islands on the North Carolina coast.
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.
Although there is still much work to do, Audubon NC has achieved some early victories on our key legislative priorities of conservation funding, coastal protection and responsible clean energy.
Who doesn’t love Blackgum? Thrushes, mimids, woodpeckers, tanagers, and waxwings all flock to this bird-friendly tree from August through October to vie over its berry-like stone fruits.
Flowers like the Star Tickseed make for excellent backyard bird watching.
Sweet Azalea is a particularly important food source for our local Ruby-throated Hummingbirds.
A garden filled with an assortment of flowers, shrubs, and trees will attract a wider variety of birds and important insects for years to come.
By visiting a nest site every 3-4 days, you can collect important data without causing excess disruption.