Media Releases

Read the latest press releases from Audubon North Carolina. For media inquiries, contact Kim Brand at 336-391-9614 or via email.

Latest Media Releases

Audubon and Coalition Announce Conservation Plan for Currituck Marshes
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Audubon and Coalition Announce Conservation Plan for Currituck Marshes

— Marsh migration and restoration will be key as Currituck region adapts to rapid coastal change.
National Grant will Fund Audubon’s Marsh Restoration Project in Currituck Sound
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National Grant will Fund Audubon’s Marsh Restoration Project in Currituck Sound

— New funding will support innovative approaches to preserving and recovering a threatened ecosystem.
NC Budget Includes Historic Investments in Conservation, Flood Resilience
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NC Budget Includes Historic Investments in Conservation, Flood Resilience

— Bold conservation investment will protect and restore natural landscapes for birds and people.
Audubon Statement: NC Clean Energy Bill is a Big Bipartisan Win for Birds and People
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Audubon Statement: NC Clean Energy Bill is a Big Bipartisan Win for Birds and People

— House Bill 951 sets aggressive clean energy goals and puts North Carolina on a path toward meaningful climate action.
Audubon Statement: NC House Energy Bill Falls Short on Clean Energy
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Audubon Statement: NC House Energy Bill Falls Short on Clean Energy

— The stakes couldn’t be clearer: we need bold climate solutions for birds and people. Instead we get a costly bill that fails to deliver on clean energy.
Back in Action: Audubon Biologists, Volunteers Ready for Busy Bird Nesting Season
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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
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One of North Carolina’s Last Unprotected Barrier Islands to be Conserved

— Conservation groups, family landowners rally to conserve Hutaff Island.
How Many Birds Will You Find During This Year's Great Backyard Bird Count?
Community Science

How Many Birds Will You Find During This Year's Great Backyard Bird Count?

Annual worldwide birdwatching event runs from February 12 to 15, 2021.

Five-Year Statewide Bird Survey to Begin in March
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Five-Year Statewide Bird Survey to Begin in March

— The North Carolina Bird Atlas looks to harness the power of birdwatchers to advance avian research and conservation.
Regan will Restore Science, Integrity, and Justice to the Environmental Protection Agency
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Regan will Restore Science, Integrity, and Justice to the Environmental Protection Agency

Statement from Audubon Leaders on the Nomination of Michael Regan to lead the EPA

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