New Hope Audubon is an independent chapter of the National Audubon Society, serving Chatham, Durham, and Orange Counties in North Carolina. Our members live in Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough, Pittsboro, and surrounding rural areas. New Hope Audubon strives to protect birds, wildlife, and their local habitats through conservation, education, advocacy, and outdoor enjoyment. Look for us on Facebook (page and group), Twitter, and Meetup.
BIRD SEED SALE: The deadline for ordering has passed for this year. If you placed an order, don’t forget to pick up your bird seed at the Wild Bird Center, Eastgate Shopping Center, Chapel Hill, on Saturday, November 2, 2019, between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. Last year, our proceeds helped purchase land to expand the Mason Farm Biological Preserve in Chapel Hill, provided scholarships to send area youth to summer nature camp, and funded the maintenance of our Wildlife Observation Platform at Jordan Lake, educational programs at local libraries, 6-8 public bird walks per month, and citizen science projects like our annual spring and Christmas bird counts.
MONTHLY MEETING: Our next meeting will be 7:00-9:00 PM on Thursday, November 7, 2019. Bob Driver will give a talk about “Taxidermy of Birds.” Please join us at the NC Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill (100 Old Mason Farm Rd. on Hwy. 15-501 at the intersection with Old Mason Farm Rd.) . There is no charge for admission and all are welcome, members and non-members alike. Click or tap here for more information.
SEE OUR LIST OF NATIVE PLANTS AND RECOMMENDED SOURCES! our list of recommended native plants for a bird-friendly garden is now compatible with your smart phone. (NEW!) Click or tap here for our list. Also we have a list of recommended sources for native plants (NEW!). Click or tap here for the webpage with the list.
VISIT OUR “FIELD NOTES” BLOG: Be sure to keep up with the latest posts including: Deer Wars, Easing into Nightfall, Saving the Birds One Yard at a Time, Recovering with Birds, Spring Birding in Coastal Southeast Texas, How Are Wild Animals Injured? Go to blog.