Chapters

Audubon Leaders Find Inspiration at Chapter Day

Audubon Leaders Find Inspiration at Chapter Day

— Chapters from towns and campuses across the state gathered to celebrate wins for birds.
Wake Audubon Helps Raleigh Go Dark for the Birds

Wake Audubon Helps Raleigh Go Dark for the Birds

— The city has agreed to turn off lights at night to protect migrating birds.
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.