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Monthly Meetings

April 2, 2015, at 7:00 PM. Pamela Bayne, Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

"Does This Bird Need Saving?"

There is no charge for these meetings and everyone, including nonmembers, is welcome. For details and directions click here.

Note: As a result of inclement weather, we had to postpone our March membership meeting. Debbie Roos will speak on "Create a Pollinator Paradise!" at our meetimg on May 7th.

Barn Owl Web Cam

New Hope Audubon, together with the US Army Corps of Engineers, has installed a web cam in one of our Barn Owl nest boxes near the Jordan Lake Dam. The antenna is now permanently installed, so the camera is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here's the link.

The nest box is NOT currently occupied, but we hope someone will move in this winter or in the spring. So check in from time to time just to see if anything is happening. If we learn of any activity, we will announce it here and through our various social media outlets.

Events Calendar

Some upcoming events. For information on these and other events, go to our calendar and click on an event for details.
  • April 4--Stream watch
  • April 4--NHAS bird walk
  • April 11--Chapel Hill Science Expo

Newsletter Available Online

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

Here's some of what you will find:
  • My Two Cents Worth, by Tom Driscoll
  • Breakfast Fit for an Eagle, by Norm Budnitz
  • Education Committee Activities, by Mary George
  • Feeder Watch, by Tom Driscoll--winter visitors
  • Jordan Lake Eagle Count, by Steve McMurray
  • Calendar of Events

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Bald Eagle
redbud NCBG boardwalk

The new boardwalk at Mason Farm


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: March 28, 2015