Audubon asks Forest Service to ensure plan protects birds and provides win-win forestry solutions.
The board of Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society has begun the process of changing the chapter's name because Elisha Mitchell, an early conservationist, was a slave owner and wrote a book justifying slavery.
A note from Audubon North Carolina Executive Director Andrew Hutson.
Sparked by a racist incident last week in Central Park, the new initiative aims to boost recognition and representation of Black people enjoying and studying the natural world.
Tiny, high-tech backpacks help us protect these songbirds throughout their full migratory cycle.
Mecklenburg Audubon Society’s list serve recently erupted in bird poetry.
Meet Adrianna Nelson and learn how birds first caught her eye.
Lifelong appreciation of wildlife motivates Russ Oates’ conservation efforts on his Yancey County property and as an Audubon volunteer.
Bird watchers across the state and the globe tallied birds for science over Valentine's Day weekend.
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