Learn about our work to preserve forest blocks across North Carolina.
Photo: Curtis Smalling
Audubon supports more Wilderness protections in the revised plan, but our highest priority is bird habitat.
By identifying places that can handle more recreation, Audubon is ensuring vital bird habitat remains protected.
ForestHer NC workshop series reaches out to important but overlooked landowner group.
Audubon intern Sylvine Hill paddles through a swamp and talks with landowners to learn lessons in conservation
Russell Blevins' commitment to habitat management is good news for the Golden-winged Warblers that share his property with him.
Allison Bovée and Mary Vogel have changed their landscaping practices at BirdTown Cabins in western North Carolina to create new bird habitat.
In Mitchell County, landowners are turning a power line right-of-way into prime habitat for a declining warbler.
The owners of Shady Grove Gardens in Ashe County open their farm to birds and birders every spring.
The owners of B and L Organic farm carefully steward their land for Golden-winged Warblers and other wildlife.
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