Pilot projects will test methods for protecting and rebuilding Currituck Sound marshes.
Thanks to chapter advocacy, NC cities support Leave Your Leaves campaign.
Here’s what the 2023 legislative session means for birds.
The Wrightsville Beach Bird Steward program turned 10 this year. Our coastal conservation work wouldn’t be possible without the help of these volunteers.
Chapters from across the state flocked together to share successes from the past year and look forward to what’s to come.
Along with partners at the USGS, our coastal team is digging into what PFAS contamination in the Cape Fear River means for waterbirds.
This fall, celebrate Native Plants Week by starting your own garden and learning more about the new state policies.
New law requires native plants at state parks, historic sites, and roadways.
Audubon's coastal sanctuaries saw another generation of baby birds into the world. With new projects on the horizon, we’ll be better equipped to help them survive.
In partnership with Wake Audubon, Kane Realty will help make the night skies safer for migrating birds.
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