A Great Year Ahead for Pearson Audubon

The 2017 annual planning meeting and elections have come and gone, and we have some great programs and nature walks on tap. We will be hearing about Monarch butterflies, urban wildlife, spring ephemeral wildflowers, woodpeckers of the Piedmont, and many more interesting monthly programs. We’ll have second Sunday nature walks on the Laurel Bluff Trail and …

Give a Tweet – Help a Bird!

On behalf of all the birds and people who benefit from Audubon NC programs, Kim Brand, Field Organizer for Audubon North Carolina, is asking for our help. Audubon North Carolina has been selected to compete to win a share of $100,000, and all you have to do is tweet! You don’t need to know how to use …

TGPAS Annual Meeting Reminder

In May’s Nature Notes we had an extensive article about the chapter’s annual meeting on Sunday June 4th. Recall that the main goal of that meeting is to compile suggestions for monthly programs and nature walks. We need your help to construct that list of possibilities. So, this is just a brief reminder about that …

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 …