<strong>Members' Night Slide Show and Potluck, 6:00 pm</strong> – Our August 9th meeting - Bring a dish to share for the potluck and share slides or just enjoy the slides of others. Click on the above image to see details including how to submit slides on our calendar. <strong>Wake Audubon Field Trips </strong> We offer a wide variety of field trips. Coming up this summer and fall: indoor workshop on sparrow identification, Parkway hawk watch, an arthropod hike and more. Click on the image to see our calendar. <strong>Always a good time to bird</strong> - Click the image above to view a few of the local birding sites that Wake Audubon frequents on guided bird walks and bird counts. Then check our calendar or meetup group site (click icon, upper right) for scheduled walks. Let's see who coming through for a visit!   The Field Sparrow is Wake Audubon's Bird of the Year for 2016. Click on the image to read more about the Field Sparrow. <strong>Community Outreach</strong> –  Wake Audubon participates in many community events over the course of a year.  Click on the image above to see all of our community events.

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Serving Raleigh, NC and surrounding towns

Wake Audubon is a chapter of Audubon NC and of the National Audubon Society. Located in Wake County, North Carolina, we have a membership of about 1,500 and hold monthly meetings, field trips, bird walks and other activities.

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Recent Posts

  • The "Links" of 2016

    Authored by Bob Oberfelder   In early May 2016, the fields next to Mid Pines Road were alive with a huge flock of Bobolinks.  There were at least 150 Bobolinks in total with the flock br...

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  • Lumber River Important Bird Area - May Bird Count

    Authored by Erik Thomas. Two members of the Wake Audubon Society board, Colleen Bockhahn and Erik Thomas, conducted bird counts in the Lumber River Important Bird Area (IBA) on May 1 and 2.  IBA...

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  • New Bridge Proposal on Outer Banks

    Many of us in Wake Audubon submitted comments on the proposals for the Bonner Bridge replacement and associated up-grades to the existing highway 12 route along the outer banks, several years ago. ...

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  • Signal
  • Outdoor Bird Company
  • Ecoquest Travel
We thank our business sponsors for their generous support. Learn more about these organizations and what sponsorships enable us to achieve.