Birds bring us happiness, especially in trying times. Enjoy this special birdy care package—from Audubon North Carolina to you.
Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Photo: Jerry Black/Audubon Photography Awards
An Audubon partnership with Three Rivers Land Trust is breathing new life into woodlands, thanks to prescribed fires and bird-friendly forestry practices.
Statement from David Yarnold, president and CEO of the National Audubon Society:
Statement from Audubon Leaders on the Nomination of Michael Regan to lead the EPA
While some local counts may be cancelled due to regional COVID-19 rules, many community scientists across the hemisphere will carry on one of the longest-running wildlife censuses in a socially distanced fashion.
Before the pandemic stranded us at home, Highlands Audubon member Romney Bathurst hit a sky-high global birding milestone.
From protecting coastal nesting birds to bridging the gender divide in forestry, Audubon stepped up and spoke up for North Carolina’s birds despite all the challenges of 2020.
Ignoring legal challenges, public opposition, and science, the Trump Administration is rushing to finalize a rule to weaken the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Despite an early hurricane, pelicans, terns and other coastal birds had a successful breeding season.
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