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Monthly Meetings

Our monthly meetings are on hiatus for the summer. Our next meeting will be September 3, 2015, so watch this space for details.

Creating a Bird Friendly Habitat and the NHAS Certification Program

New Hope Audubon is now offering a program for Chatham, Durham, and Orange Counties to certify your property as a Bird Friendly Habitat at a Silver, Gold, or Platinum level if you meet certain standards. If you are interested in having your property certified or just want information on how to make your property more bird-friendly, then click here.

For more information on any of the key elements of creating a bird friendly habitat, follow the links below.

Jordan Lake Spring Bird Count

New Hope Audubon sponsers the Jordan Lake Spring Bird Count each year. This year, the count was on Sunday, May 3, 2015. For detailed information click here.

Events Calendar

Some upcoming events. For information on these and other events, go to our calendar and click on an event for details.
  • July 4--NHAS stream watch
  • July 4 & 5--Festival for the Eno
  • July 11--Getting to Know Your Bird Neighbors (children's event)
  • August 1--NHAS stream watch

Newsletter Available Online

Our most recent bi-monthly newletter is now available online. Click here for the May/June, 2015, newsletter.

Here's some of what you will find:
  • My Two Cents Worth, by Tom Driscoll
  • This Team Is for the Birds, by Tom Griffin
  • NHAS Board Adopts New Mission Statement, by Carol Ripple
  • Help in the Garden, by Norm Budnitz
  • Bird Friendly Habitat Certification
  • Education Committee Activities, by Mary George
  • Calendar of Events

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Brown-headed Nuthatch
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Coral Honeysuckle


Links often requested by our readers. Visit our Resources page for more information and a more extensive list of links about birds, conservation, rehabilitation organizations, and other national, state, and local Audubon groups.

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Great Blue Heron

Last Updated: July 3, 2015