New Hope Audubon Society
May 23rd, 2017
This is my story of “going native”. Not to disappoint, but this is a “native plants” story, although it does involve the birds and the bees! – by Jim George
May 8th, 2017
Spring is upon us, and for every southern birder, from novice to expert, there’s a marker that heralds the true arrival of the season. – By Mary Parker Sonis
April 4th, 2017
Making a new home for displaced Purple Martins in Durham.
March 21st, 2017
Our veteran feeder watcher, Tom Driscoll, gives an update on what’s been happening at his feeders at winter’s end and gives advice about preparing for spring.
March 13th, 2017
This is a good time of year to remove those pesky invasive plants in your yard before too many native plants emerge. – By Barbara Driscoll
February 6th, 2017
Each winter I look forward to the return of the hermit thrush. – By Barbara Driscoll.
January 20th, 2017
What better place to start with promoting the conservation and enjoyment of birds and other wildlife than by educating our children.
– By Tommy Richey
January 8th, 2017
Chickadees and titmice, yes. But there’s a lot more going on in these woodland mixed flocks in winter. – By Norm Budnitz
November 19th, 2016
Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers make the wells, but lots of other sap suckers take advantage of the sweet bounty. – by Norm Budnitz
November 4th, 2016
Our veteran feeder watcher, Tom Driscoll, tells us what to look for, offers advice, and answers your questions about feeding birds.