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Audubon chapter members search for birds at Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary in Asheville. Photo: BC/DC Ideas

Casual bird watchers. Lifelong birders. Impassioned advocates for our natural heritage. Members of Audubon North Carolina's local chapters are devoted to protecting birds and the places they need, from our mountains to our coast.

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North Carolina Chapters

Cape Fear Audubon Society: Brunswick, Pender, New Hanover and Onslow counties

Forsyth Audubon: Forsyth County

Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society: Buncombe, Henderson, and surrounding counties in the mountains of Western NC

T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon Society: Guilford County

High Country Audubon Society: Avery, Ashe, Alleghany, Watauga, and Wilkes counties

Highlands Plateau Audubon Society: Highlands, Cashiers, Franklin, and Scaly Mountain in Western NC

Lees-McRae College Audubon

Mecklenburg Audubon Society: Charlotte metro area

New Hope Audubon Society: Chatham, Durham and Orange counties

UNC Asheville Audubon

UNC-Wilmington Seahawk Audubon 

Wake Audubon Society: Wake County

Chapter Resources
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Chapter Resources

For many Audubon programs, chapter leaders are provided with communications resources including program contacts, talking points and social media content.

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Get Involved with your Local Chapter
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Get Involved with your Local Chapter

Lifelong birders. Impassioned activists. Plant-lovers. Our nine local chapters are as diverse as the regions they represent.

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Chapter of the Month
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Chapter of the Month

Audubon North Carolina works with 10 chapters across North Carolina. Each chapter works at the local level on bird conservation issues, holds a monthly meeting and conducts numerous field trips and programs.

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Meet our Chapters

Latest Chapter Updates

Boone Bird Garden Groundbreaking and Celebration
Bird-Friendly Communities

Boone Bird Garden Groundbreaking and Celebration

This project transforms a school courtyard into a colorful garden full of plants that will produce flowers, seeds, and berries that will in turn attract birds and other pollinators.

Forsyth Audubon Rallies to Renew Miller Park
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Forsyth Audubon Rallies to Renew Miller Park

Our local chapters are actively engaged in their communities, particularly when it comes to making local parks, schools and backyards bird-friendly! Forsyth Audubon has been busy helping guide the restoration and renovation of Miller Park in Winston-Salem.

New Hope Audubon’s Guide to a Bird-Friendly Backyard
Bird-Friendly Communities

New Hope Audubon’s Guide to a Bird-Friendly Backyard

Through their Bird-Friendly Habitat Certification Program, New Hope Audubon Society (NHAS) is working to restore native habitats by helping residents in Orange, Durham and Chatham counties take steps to make their property bird-friendlier.

Brightening the Greensboro Bog Garden
Bird-Friendly Communities

Brightening the Greensboro Bog Garden

Members of the T. Gilbert Pearson Audubon Society in Greensboro are removing exotic, invasive plants at the local public “Bog Garden” at Benjamin Park—and replacing them with bird-friendly native species.

Celebrating Success at Chapter/Network Day 2017
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Celebrating Success at Chapter/Network Day 2017

Passionate chapter leaders and Ambassadors shared their insights and ideas for building the Audubon network’s capacity in 2018 and beyond!

Join 2017 Audubon North Carolina Chapter Day at the Zoo!
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Join 2017 Chapter Day at the Zoo!

Audubon NC chapter members, Audubon Ambassadors, and those interested in creating hubs of Audubon action in North Carolina are invited to join.

Join a free bird walk near you this spring
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Join a free bird walk near you this spring

Audubon chapters across the state are hosting free bird walks from May-June. Come join us!

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Citizen Science at Bethabara
Centers And Chapters

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Citizen Science at Bethabara

Over several years, citizen scientists document the changes seen in urban and suburban bird populations.

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Yadkin Nature Trail Now Open
Centers And Chapters

Chapter of the Month: Forsyth Audubon - Yadkin Nature Trail Now Open

The Yadkin River Nature Trail at Tanglewood Park officially opened June 10, 2015, with a ceremony for local officials and other invited guests.

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