Survival By Degrees: 389 Bird Species on the Brink

Audubon's new report shows that 200 species that breed, winter, and migrate through North Carolina are at risk.

Wood Thrushes are among more than 200 bird species in North Carolina vulnerable to climate change. Photo: Kelly Colgan Agar/Flickr CC

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Reigniting a Childhood Love of the Outdoors Through Birds
News

Reigniting a Childhood Love of the Outdoors Through Birds

Bobbing sandpipers. Tiny toads. Swimming geese. Audubon intern London Thompson finds a lot to love on her first-ever bird walk.

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Managing Habitat for Birds
Forestry In Action

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Managing Habitat for Birds

Plan revisions should prioritize ecological restoration practices that benefit birds.

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Protecting Land for Birds
Forestry In Action

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Protecting Land for Birds

Audubon supports more Wilderness protections in the revised plan, but our highest priority is bird habitat.

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Balancing Birds and Recreation
Forestry In Action

Nantahala-Pisgah Forest Plan: Balancing Birds and Recreation

By identifying places that can handle more recreation, Audubon is ensuring vital bird habitat remains protected.

Empowering Women Landowners for the Birds
Working Lands

Empowering Women Landowners for the Birds

ForestHer NC workshop series reaches out to important but overlooked landowner group.

Audubon Supports “BEST” Legislation to Hasten Renewable Energy Storage
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Audubon Supports “BEST” Legislation to Hasten Renewable Energy Storage

— Our Changing Climate is the Greatest Threat Birds Face, Clean Energy is Key Solution.
Audubon: Congress Must Pass New Bird Protection Bill
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Audubon: Congress Must Pass New Bird Protection Bill

— Bird Emergency Requires Urgent Action.
Coastal Nesting Season Recap for 2019
Coastal Islands Sanctuary Program

Coastal Nesting Season Recap for 2019

Hurricane shapes nesting season in Cape Fear region, for better and worse.

Best of 2019: Audubon North Carolina in Action
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Best of 2019: Audubon North Carolina in Action

From nesting Least Terns to new native plants laws, the Audubon network rallied to protect North Carolina’s birds and the places they need in 2019.

Audubon North Carolina Invites You to Celebrate 120th Christmas Bird Count
Media Releases

Audubon Invites You to Celebrate 120 Years of the Annual Christmas Bird Count

— Between December 14 and January 5, participants will join the world’s longest-running wildlife census, contributing invaluable data to bird research.