Latin: Haematopus palliatus
Photo: Claudio Dias Timm/FlickrCC
Thanks to some very cool technology, you can take flight and share in the lives of six American Oystercatchers.
Take a peak behind the curtain and share in the secrets and successes of the coastal sanctuaries in North Carolina.
The oldest known Brown Pelican was 43. Bird banding research allows biologists to uncover data to help protect and conserve priority species throughout their life cycle.
North Carolina golf courses are putting up another kind of nest box – this one for the Brown-headed Nuthatch, a North Carolina native.
With small GPS units the size of a small backpack, researches can now track the migration path of the Wood Thrush to better understand where they spend the winter and how they get there.
For the first time, Chimney Swift experts from across the country will come together to discuss conservation methods to help protect this fragile species.
For the North Carolina Audubon Golden-winged Warbler team, the 2013 field season has been a memorable one.
In this series of blog posts, learn about all the work of the GWWA Working Group and what this collaborative effort has done to protect this tiny gem of our forests.
Migration season has arrived, and NC’s mountain birds are on the move!
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Keep up-to-date on all that happens with Audubon North Carolina's research, events and volunteer opportunities.