Tracking Golden-winged Warblers, from North Carolina to South America

New, light-weight tracking technology could help reveal mysteries behind a rare songbird's decline.

Golden-winged Warbler. Photo: Arni Stinnessen/Audubon Photography Awards

News & Updates

How Controlled Burns Bring Life to the Pine Island Marshes
Coast

How Controlled Burns Bring Life to the Pine Island Marshes

The end of prescribed fire season means the marshes are ready to grow back healthier for birds.

Audubon Statement on Wilmington East Offshore Wind Leases
Media Releases

Audubon Statement on Wilmington East Offshore Wind Leases

— We're encouraged to see bird tracking technology included as a requirement in future leases.
NC Native Plants Bill: Business Sign-on List
Advocacy

NC Native Plants Bill: Business Sign-on List

Help recruit local nurseries, garden stores, and landscapers to support Senate Bill 628.

Audubon Joins Groups Opposing the Removal of Red-cockaded Woodpecker Protections
Birds

Audubon Joins Groups Opposing the Removal of Red-cockaded Woodpecker Protections

A revised proposal from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service strengthens some protections, but would still prematurely remove endangered status for this bird on the brink.

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.

Audubon, Army Corps Restore Critical Bird Nesting Island on the Cape Fear River
Media Releases

Audubon, Army Corps Restore Critical Bird Nesting Island on the Cape Fear River

Dredged sand will protect one of North Carolina’s few Royal Tern colonies from erosion, rising seas.

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.