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Audubon's coastal sanctuaries saw another generation of baby birds into the world. With new projects on the horizon, we’ll be better equipped to help them survive.
Since 2014, waterbird surveys have shown a decline in nesting Black Skimmer pairs. Here’s how they're doing this summer.
Curtis is taking the reins after more than 20 years with Audubon.
Thousands of birds have been banded and colonial waterbirds counted as summer heats up. Now it’s the public’s turn to help by reporting their sightings.
From Currituck to the Cape Fear, biologists are scouring the coast this summer for a sweeping waterbird census.
Tiny songbirds bring radio-tracking backpacks back to North Carolina, along with important data.
The work of Audubon’s dedicated staff and our members truly spanned the state in 2022.
In 50 years, birds have increased overall in wetlands, a singular exception that shows the way forward for saving birds and benefiting people.
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