Birds

Looking for an Escape? Try These 360 Videos of Bird Nesting Colonies

Looking for an Escape? Try These 360 Videos of Bird Nesting Colonies

— Immerse yourself in the beautiful, chaotic scenes of the Lower Cape Fear River.
Six Birdy and Binge-worthy Videos on North Carolina Birds

Six Birdy and Binge-worthy Videos on North Carolina Birds

— Get your fill of North Carolina birds with these short films, TV shows, and virtual presentations featuring Audubon.
Reigniting a Childhood Love of the Outdoors Through Birds

Reigniting a Childhood Love of the Outdoors Through Birds

— Bobbing sandpipers. Tiny toads. Swimming geese. Audubon intern London Thompson finds a lot to love on her first-ever bird walk.
Why You Shouldn't Feed Pelicans

Why You Shouldn't Feed Pelicans

— They may look hungry, but tossing food scraps to Brown Pelicans does more harm than good.
A City Girl’s First Time Birding

A City Girl’s First Time Birding

— Audubon intern Daija Graves recounts the lessons learned on her first journey into the woods with binoculars.
8 Fast and Furious Spring Bird Arrivals to Watch for in April

8 Fast and Furious Spring Bird Arrivals to Watch for in April

— The start of April means scores of spring birds are en route to North Carolina. Read on for eight arrivals to watch for this month.
2019 Great Backyard Bird Count NC Results

2019 Great Backyard Bird Count NC Results

— North Carolina birders made a strong showing again this year with more than 4,000 checklists.
7 Early Birds to Kick Off Spring Migration

7 Early Birds for Spring

— Ready for some spring birds to return? Read on for seven birds to seek this month in North Carolina.
Join the 119th Audubon Christmas Bird Count

Join the 119th Audubon Christmas Bird Count

— We need volunteers for the longest-running community science project in the world, this Dec. 14 through Jan. 5.
Baseball for the Birds: A New North Carolina Team Rallies Around an Endangered Species

Baseball for the Birds: A New North Carolina Team Rallies Around an Endangered Species

— Inspired by the Red-cockaded Woodpecker's resilience, the Houston Astros affiliate has chosen the bird to be its official mascot.