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

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?
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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

Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count Will Look Very Different This Year
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Audubon’s Christmas Bird Count Will Look Very Different This Year

While some local counts may be cancelled due to regional COVID-19 rules, many community scientists across the hemisphere will carry on one of the longest-running wildlife censuses in a socially distanced fashion.

A Bright Spot for 2020: Coastal Nesting Birds Thrived
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A Bright Spot for 2020: Coastal Nesting Birds Thrived

Despite an early hurricane, pelicans, terns and other coastal birds had a successful breeding season.

Audubon to Election Winners: Real Work on Conservation, Clean Energy Begins Now
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Audubon to Election Winners: Real Work on Conservation, Clean Energy Begins Now

— Audubon’s politically diverse flock of advocates stands ready to speak up for birds and a more resilient, equitable future for all.
With Migration Underway, Charlotte Skyscraper Turns off Lights for Birds
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With Fall Migration Underway, Charlotte Skyscraper Turns off Lights for Birds

— Duke Energy Center to go dark for the birds.
New Oyster Reef Project Bolsters Bird Habitat, Water Quality on the Cape Fear
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New Oyster Reef Project Bolsters Bird Habitat, Water Quality on the Cape Fear

— Audubon completes Phase One of $500,000 oyster reef restoration.

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