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Best of 2020: Audubon North Carolina in Action
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Best of 2020: Audubon North Carolina in Action

From protecting coastal nesting birds to bridging the gender divide in forestry, Audubon stepped up and spoke up for North Carolina’s birds despite all the challenges of 2020.

Administration Moves to Finalize Bird-Killer Policy
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Administration Moves to Finalize Bird-Killer Policy

Ignoring legal challenges, public opposition, and science, the Trump Administration is rushing to finalize a rule to weaken the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

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.

Report Finds North Carolina is Well-positioned for Battery Storage Growth
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Report Finds North Carolina is Well-positioned for Battery Storage Growth

— Study commissioned by Audubon shows North Carolina has opportunity to lead in battery storage.
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.
Durham Plant List Gets Bird-friendly Makeover
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Durham Plant List Gets Bird-friendly Makeover

New Hope Audubon recommends taking 72 invasive plants off the table for Durham development.

Celebrate Native Plants Week with Audubon
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Celebrate Native Plants Week with Audubon

Governor sets aside Oct. 19-25 to highlight importance of native plants in North Carolina.

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.
The Secretive Eastern Black Rail Officially Gets Classified as ‘Threatened’
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The Secretive Eastern Black Rail Officially Gets Classified as ‘Threatened’

After decades of declining populations and habitat loss, the elusive subspecies is now listed under the Endangered Species Act.

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