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Read the latest coverage of Audubon North Carolina programs. For media inquiries, contact Kim Brand at 336-391-9614 or kbrand@audubon.org.

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State Port Pilot: "New Law Prioritizes State's Native Plants"
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State Port Pilot: "New Law Prioritizes State's Native Plants"

This story originally appeared in the State Port Pilot on July 31, 2019.

Op-ed: "Let wind ban expire — wind, military, birds can coexist"
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Wind, military, birds can co-exist

Read Executive Director Andrew Hutson's op-ed in the Daily Advance here.

Letter to the Editor: "For the Birds"
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Letter to the Editor: "For the Birds"

This opinion piece about properly siting wind projects was originally published by The News & Observer as a featured "Letter to the Editor." Bald Eagle. Photo: Dennis Schroeder and John de la Rosa/NREL/FlickrCC

Coastal Review Online: Public Can Hear About Figure 8 Groin
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Coastal Review Online: Public Can Hear About Figure 8 Groin

N.C. Coastal Federation will sponsor a forum with environmental experts so public can hear about the Figure 8 Groin.

News and Observer: Learn how to attract bluebirds to your garden and more upcoming home and garden events
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The News and Observer: Learn how to attract bluebirds to your garden and more upcoming home and garden events

There are many home and garden events in the Triangle that will provide tools to make this year's garden the best for your birds.

Coastal Review Online: Lake Mattamuskeet Plan Ruffles Feathers
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Coastal Review Online: Lake Mattamuskeet Plan Ruffles Feathers

The state will collaborate with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on managing Lake Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge in Hyde County. This ism worrying birding and wildlife groups.

Fayetteville Observer: Great Backyard Bird Count is this weekend, and everyone can help
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Fay Observer: Great Backyard Bird Count is this weekend, and everyone can help

Amber Williams is just one person who will be participating in the Great Backyard Bird Count with Audubon this year.

WFDD: Climate Listening Project
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88.5 WFDD: Climate Listening

Climate change will affect the local environment first. See how it is progressing in this article.

Davidson College: Scientific Serendipity
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Davidson: SCIENTIFIC SERENDIPITY: STANBACK ON BIRDS AND BEES IN AFRICA

Mark Standback and David Millican travel to Africa to study the birds and the bees.

Cary Magazine: Let’s Talk About the Birds & the Bees
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Cary Magazine: Let’s Talk About the Birds & the Bees

See how Richard and Caron Lazar are creating a sanctuary for the birds and the bees to help the community.

How you can help, right now