Speak Up for Birds at Advocacy Day on June 8

Join Audubon members as we meet with lawmakers in Raleigh and help get two bird-friendly bills across the finish line.

Wood Thrush. Photo: David Collins

News & Updates

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.

Audubon North Carolina Releases 2022 Policy Agenda
News

Audubon North Carolina Releases 2022 Policy Agenda

Building on momentum from 2021, we'll be speaking up for bipartisan policy solutions to protect birds and people.

Audubon Guidelines for Responsible Offshore Wind Energy in North Carolina
Climate

Audubon Guidelines for Responsible Offshore Wind Energy in North Carolina

Our state has huge offshore wind energy potential. We want to make sure the industry grows in ways that protect birds and fight climate change.

Birds Bring Us Together for the Great Backyard Bird Count
Community Science

Birds Bring Us Together for the Great Backyard Bird Count

Join the global community in sharing a love of birds & nature.

Winter Coastal Surveys Reveal New Shorebird Hotspot and Long-distance Visitors
Coast

Winter Coastal Surveys Reveal New Shorebird Hotspot and Long-distance Visitors

Natural inlets and barrier islands provide critical stopover and wintering habitat for shorebirds, gulls, and more.

Audubon Statement: Climate and Equity Executive Order Builds on Bipartisan Energy Bill
Climate

Audubon Statement: Climate and Equity Executive Order Builds on Bipartisan Energy Bill

— Gov. Cooper’s Executive Order 246 provides important next steps for North Carolina clean energy transition.
Best of 2021: Top Wins for Birds
News

Best of 2021: Top Wins for Birds

Audubon and our flock of advocates took action for birds at levels we’ve never seen before in North Carolina.

Audubon Invites Volunteers to Join the 122nd Christmas Bird Count
Christmas Bird Count

Audubon Invites Volunteers to Join the 122nd Christmas Bird Count

The longest-running bird census provides important data for scientists and conservationists worldwide.