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Brittany Salmons

Communications Associate

Articles by Brittany Salmons

Executive Order to Restore and Protect NC’s Natural and Working Lands
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Executive Order to Restore and Protect NC’s Natural and Working Lands

— Executive order to conserve and restore 2 million acres of forests and wetlands in North Carolina and plant 1 million new trees in urban areas by 2040.
Trail Cameras Show Perils Facing Oystercatcher Families on the Cape Fear River
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Trail Cameras Show Perils Facing Oystercatcher Families on the Cape Fear River

— Less than a quarter of oystercatcher parents were able to successfully raise chicks on the river last summer. Trail camera footage reveals some of the reasons why.
Expansion of Eastern NC Refuge Would Bring Critical Bird Habitat into Conservation
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Expansion of Eastern NC Refuge Would Bring Critical Bird Habitat into Conservation

— Audubon and our members backed the proposed expansion of a refuge that supports the highest density of nesting birds in our state.
Your Guide to the Sights and Songs of North Carolina’s Overwintering Birds
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Your Guide to the Sights and Songs of North Carolina’s Overwintering Birds

— Winter is a great time to catch a glimpse of unique winter residents as well as some familiar favorites right in your backyard.
Looking Back at a Decade of Building Bird-friendly Communities
Bird-Friendly Communities

Looking Back at a Decade of Building Bird-friendly Communities

— 14,000 nest boxes, 40 swift towers, dozens of Lights Out and native plants initiatives, and much more.
Celebrating 10-years of Coastal Stewardship at Wrightsville Beach
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Celebrating 10-years of Coastal Stewardship at Wrightsville Beach

— The Wrightsville Beach Bird Steward program turned 10 this year. Our coastal conservation work wouldn’t be possible without the help of these volunteers.
Audubon Leaders Share Inspiration at Chapter Day
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Audubon Leaders Share Inspiration at Chapter Day

— Chapters from across the state flocked together to share successes from the past year and look forward to what’s to come.
New Study to Uncover the Impacts of Forever Chemicals on Cape Fear Pelicans
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New Study to Uncover the Impacts of Forever Chemicals on Cape Fear Pelicans

— Along with partners at the USGS, our coastal team is digging into what PFAS contamination in the Cape Fear River means for waterbirds.
Get a Bird’s Eye View of this Year’s Coastal Nesting Season
Coast

Get a Bird’s Eye View of this Year’s Coastal Nesting Season

— 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.