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Save the Date: Audubon North Carolina Summit 2022 in Charlotte
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Save the Date: Audubon North Carolina Summit 2022 in Charlotte

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

Meet the 2021 Pine Island Interns
Donal O'Brien Jr.  Sanctuary And Audubon Center

Meet the 2021 Pine Island Interns

Audubon interns are back in the field this summer, helping us protect birds and grow our coastal resilience program.

Big Progress on Native Plants, Family Land Protections at the Legislature
Advocacy

Big Progress on Native Plants, Family Land Protections at the Legislature

We still have a long way to go, but Audubon advocates helped notch early wins for birds.

Op-ed: Putting nature's infrastructure to work for North Carolina
In The News

Op-ed: Putting nature's infrastructure to work for North Carolina

This op-ed was written by Audubon North Carolina Executive Director Andrew Hutson and published at WRAL.com on May 23, 2021.

Back in Action: Audubon Biologists, Volunteers Ready for Busy Bird Nesting Season
Media Releases

Back in action: Audubon Biologists, Volunteers Ready for Busy Bird Nesting Season

— As coastal nesting season heats up, new study shows importance of bird sanctuary stewardship.
One of North Carolina’s Last Unprotected Barrier Islands to be Conserved
Media Releases

One of North Carolina’s Last Unprotected Barrier Islands to be Conserved

— Conservation groups, family landowners rally to conserve Hutaff Island.
In remembrance: Don Mullaney
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In remembrance: Don Mullaney

Protecting Birds and Family Landowners
Advocacy

Protecting Birds and Family Landowners

New bill would help “heirs property” landowners access conservation funding and keep their farms, forests, and habitat intact.

Local Leaders Lead the Way at Virtual Advocacy Day
Advocacy

Local Leaders Lead the Way at Virtual Advocacy Day

Chapter members and volunteers in North Carolina led the Audubon flock at their second-ever virtual advocacy day.

Bridging the Gender Gap in Forest Stewardship
Working Lands

Bridging the Gender Gap in Forest Stewardship

ForestHer NC has reached 1,000 people across the state, empowering landowners to better manage their land for birds and wildlife.

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