Tracking Golden-wings, From North Carolina to South America

New research could reveal mysteries behind a rare songbird's decline.

Golden-winged Warbler. Photo: Arni Stinnessen/Audubon Photography Awards

News & Updates

Audubon Network Speaks Up for Responsible Offshore Wind Energy
Climate

Audubon Network Speaks Up for Responsible Offshore Wind Energy

Siting, monitoring, and enforcement will be critical to slashing emissions and protecting birds.

The Bird Migration Explorer Lets You Interact With Nature’s Most Amazing Feat
Science

The Bird Migration Explorer Lets You Interact With Nature’s Most Amazing Feat

With this revolutionary new tool, anyone can follow hundreds of species on their epic journeys and discover challenges they face along the way.

Advocates Urge Speed, Equity in Clean-Energy Transition
Climate

Advocates Urge Speed, Equity in Clean-Energy Transition

Thousands of supporters signed Audubon’s petition urging the N.C. Utilities Commission to improve the Carbon Plan for birds and people.

This Fall: Witness the Magic of Chimney Swift Migration
Events

This Fall: Witness the Magic of Chimney Swift Migration

Join Audubon chapters across the state for an outdoor watch party this fall.

New Tracking Tower Reveals 2,000-mile Shorebird Connection
News

New Tracking Tower Reveals 2,000-mile Shorebird Connection

With migration in full swing, three radio-tagged dowitchers make the same journey to Audubon sanctuary.

Passage of the Sweeping Climate Bill Offers Renewed Promise in the Fight Against Climate Change
Climate

Passage of the Sweeping Climate Bill Offers Renewed Promise in the Fight Against Climate Change

Unprecedented investments in renewable energy, climate resilience, agriculture, forestry, and environmental justice will help create a better future for people and wildlife.

After Major Restoration Project, Cape Fear River Gets First Skimmer Nest in a Decade
Coast

After Major Restoration Project, Cape Fear River Gets First Skimmer Nest in a Decade

Coastal waterbirds take full advantage of new habitat after Audubon-Army Corps Project.

Audubon Flock Fills the Legislature at Advocacy Day
Advocacy

Audubon Flock Fills the Legislature at Advocacy Day

Bird advocates led the way at our 6th annual Advocacy Day, speaking up for native plants, habitat, and family land.

Duke Energy’s Carbon Plan Falls Short
Climate

Duke Energy’s Carbon Plan Falls Short

The plan, required by law, is a step toward cutting emissions but still needs significant improvements.

New Tower Connects NC Barrier Island to Global Bird Tracking Network
Media Releases

New Tower Connects NC Barrier Island to Global Bird Tracking Network

— Cape Fear Audubon, Audubon North Carolina and UNC Wilmington partner to install Motus tower at Lea Island.