Climate Watch: A New Citizen Science Project to Survey Nuthatch Populations

You can participate in a new citizen science project to help determine the impact of climate change on our local birds. Three years ago, the National Audubon Society published the results of its long-term study of the effects of climate change on North America’s birds. That study showed clearly that 314 species of birds in …

TGPAS Annual Meeting

Our chapter has had another good year. Attendance at both our monthly programs and Second Sunday Nature Walks has been strong. We’ve got a great newsletter (Nature Notes) and a terrific website. We have great things going at the Audubon Natural Area; we are scouring the county looking for chimneys that may be sites for …

Caterpillars Count: Citizen Science Workshop for Educators

Looking for a new way to engage in hands-on science learning and contribute valuable information to local research about insects and birds? Become a Caterpillars Count citizen scientist! A workshop will be held from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 19, at the N.C. Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. Caterpillars and other insects are on …

Peek Into Coastal Management

Get a behind-the-scenes peek at what is happening on our coasts: Learn about the man-made dredge islands and the birds that love them in the Wilmington area. Learn about the importance, and effort, it takes to conduct an annual census. Take a deep dive and learn about our Coastal program.