Chapters

Journey to 8,000 Birds: Seven Continents, 90 Countries and 8,131 Species

Journey to 8,000 Birds: Seven Continents, 90 Countries and 8,131 Species

— Before the pandemic stranded us at home, Highlands Audubon member Romney Bathurst hit a sky-high global birding milestone.
At Chapter Day, Audubon Leaders Celebrate Successes and Reinvent for the Future

At Chapter Day, Audubon Leaders Celebrate Successes and Reinvent for the Future

— Chapters connect people and inspire action, despite shutdowns and stay-home orders.
Audubon Supports New Chapter Name: Blue Ridge Audubon

Audubon Supports New Chapter Name: Blue Ridge Audubon

— New name for Asheville-based chapter replaces former namesake who was a proponent of slavery.
Despite Pandemic, Momentum Builds for Birds at Legislature

Despite Pandemic, Momentum Builds for Birds at Legislature

— End-of-session recap: Conservation funding remains intact for now, while new bill will bolster native plants.
You're Invited: Chapter Day 2020

You're Invited: Chapter Day 2020

— Join Audubon for a virtual meetup of Audubon advocates and leaders across the state.
Audubon Supports Asheville Chapter Name Change from Slave Owner Namesake

Audubon Supports Chapter Name Change from Slave Owner Namesake

— The board of Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society has begun the process of changing the chapter's name because Elisha Mitchell, an early conservationist, was a slave owner and wrote a book justifying slavery.
This Stay-home Spring, Birds Sing – and Birders Write Poetry

Birdy Poems to Brighten Your Day

— Mecklenburg Audubon Society’s list serve recently erupted in bird poetry.
Flocking Together to Restore a Creek for the Birds

Flocking Together to Restore a Creek for the Birds

— New Hope Audubon partnered with the community to breathe new life into a Chapel Hill trail.
Save the Date: Audubon North Carolina Summit 2020 takes the Queen City

Save the Date: Audubon North Carolina Summit 2020 takes the Queen City

— Audubon members from across the state will gather in Charlotte next year to celebrate birds.
"Migration in the Mountains"

Summit 2018

— Audubon North Carolina members flocked to Asheville to celebrate birds for our 2018 Summit “Migration in the Mountains.”