Legislating the best conservation for birds
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We need your help protecting one of the LAST natural inlets in our state. Be the voice for our coastal birds!
Rich is one of the few natural inlets left in the state. It has escaped hard structures like jetties and terminal groins that drastically alter inlets and destroy habitat that birds require.
We need YOUR help to stop the construction of this terminal groin once and for all. Urge the Army Corps to Save Rich Inlet.
The National Park Service is seeking input from the public. This is your opportunity to speak up for those who enjoy the Seashore for all that it offers to birds, sea turtles, other wildlife.
Once again, nesting shorebirds need our help. This is our last and final chance to speak out for birds at Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
Despite an early hurricane, pelicans, terns and other coastal birds had a successful breeding season.
Birds that nested early fared well, but Brown Pelicans and Black Skimmers lost chicks that were too young to fly.
Funded by state and federal grants, new web app helps land managers protect marshes and coastal communities.
Even new oystercatcher parents are successfully raising chicks.
Audubon partners with Elizabeth City State University to survey Currituck marshes with drones.
Supported by state conservation trust funding, new project reduces erosion using nature-based solutions.
Audubon interns work remotely to protect birds and grow coastal resilience program.
Pelicans, egrets, terns fledging chicks as summer heats up.
It's more than just a hashtag. Help get the word out to protect vulnerable birds.
Get Action Alerts when birds need you most!