Ben Graham

Communications Manager

Articles by Ben Graham

Audubon Flock Fills the Legislature at Advocacy Day
Advocacy

Audubon Flock Fills the Legislature at Advocacy Day

— Bird advocates led the way at our 6th annual Advocacy Day, speaking up for native plants, habitat, and family land.
New Tower Connects NC Barrier Island to Global Bird Tracking Network
Media Releases

New Tower Connects NC Barrier Island to Global Bird Tracking Network

— Cape Fear Audubon, Audubon North Carolina and UNC Wilmington partner to install Motus tower at Lea Island.
Light Weight Tracking Technology Could Help Reveal Mysteries of Golden-wing Decline
Conserve Golden-Wings

Light Weight Tracking Technology Could Help Reveal Mysteries of Golden-wing Decline

— Audubon and partners across the South and Midwest are using radio tags to track a rare songbird.
For one Yancey County Couple, Art and Land Stewardship Converge
Working Lands

For one Yancey County Couple, Art and Land Stewardship Converge

— How a renowned artist with a global reach is turning his attention to his own backyard through Audubon’s Working Lands program.
Two NC Cities Go Dark for Birds, Thanks to Audubon Chapters
News

Two NC Cities Go Dark for Birds, Thanks to Audubon Chapters

— Migrating birds will find safer passage through Greensboro and Asheville beginning this spring.
Birds that Don’t Wait for Spring to Get Busy
Joy Of Birds

Birds that Don’t Wait for Spring to Get Busy

— It’s still winter, but many birds are already building nests and raising their young.
How Bottomland Forests Help Birds and People
Working Lands

How Bottomland Forests Help Birds and People

— Audubon and our partners are helping landowners be better stewards of their low-lying hardwood forests, a threatened habitat that supports wildlife and people.
Wake Audubon Helps Raleigh Go Dark for the Birds
Bird-Friendly Communities

Wake Audubon Helps Raleigh Go Dark for the Birds

— The city has agreed to turn off lights at night to protect migrating birds.
Healthy Forests Mean Healthy Diets for Hungry Songbirds on the Move
Forestry In Action

Healthy Forests Mean Healthy Diets for Hungry Songbirds on the Move

— Bird-friendly forestry helps Tennessee Warblers on both sides of their migration journeys.