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Brittany Salmons

Communications Associate

Articles by Brittany Salmons

‘Tis the Season for Baby Birds
Coast

‘Tis the Season for Baby Birds

— It’s already time to for our mid-season coastal nesting update from the Cape Fear River and beyond.
Cape Fear Royal Terns Get GPS Transmitters
Coast

Cape Fear Royal Terns Get GPS Transmitters

— A first for the Atlantic flyway we're tracking Royal Terns that nest on the Cape Fear River to document important foraging grounds and more.
Audubon Members Speak Up for Birds at Advocacy Day
Advocacy

Audubon Members Speak Up for Birds at Advocacy Day

— More than 80 members from across the state met with their lawmakers to advocate for family land protections, wetlands, and conservation funding.
New Habitat Coordinator Takes Flight at Pine Island
Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary And Audubon Center In Corolla

New Habitat Coordinator Takes Flight at Pine Island

— Meet the newest member of our team who is doing everything from implementing marsh restoration projects to tracking box turtles and counting secretive marsh birds.
Triad Cities get Native Plants Policies, Thanks to Chapter Advocacy
Chapters

Triad Cities get Native Plants Policies, Thanks to Chapter Advocacy

— Greensboro and Winston-Salem pass policies that promote the use of native plants and ban invasives.
Birders, We Need Your Help to Finish the NC Bird Atlas
Conservation

Birders, We Need Your Help to Finish the NC Bird Atlas

— We’re entering the final TWO breeding seasons for this important state-wide project.
Waterbird Survey Shows Continued Declines for Beach-nesting Species
Coast

Waterbird Survey Shows Continued Declines for Beach-nesting Species

— A 2023 census report shows substantial declines for Black Skimmers, among others. Here's how we’re working to turn the tide.
Executive Order to Restore and Protect NC’s Natural and Working Lands
News

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
Coast

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.