Experience the unique migration phenomenon of huge, swirling Chimney Swifts flocks roosting at night.
Eleven of the leggy, pink waders were spotted on the Outer Banks.
Since 2014, waterbird surveys have shown a decline in nesting Black Skimmer pairs. Here’s how they're doing this summer.
Migration season has arrived, and NC’s mountain birds are on the move!
While this fall brings bird migration departures, many new arrivals are starting to appear along our coast.
Curtis is taking the reins after more than 20 years with Audubon.
A Piping Plover pair has made Lea-Hutaff home this year but as our trail camera shows, life is anything but easy for these and other nesting coastal birds.
Thousands of birds have been banded and colonial waterbirds counted as summer heats up. Now it’s the public’s turn to help by reporting their sightings.
Birds and other pollinators will benefit from this far-reaching policy.
The newest three members of our team are helping to protect coastal birds, tell the story of our conservation work, and promote the conservation of urban forests.
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