<strong>May Meeting - </strong> –The Wood Thrush Connection - Kim Brand will show a short film on the Wood Thrush followed by discussion on actions to help these neotropical migrants. Click on the above image to see details on our calendar. <strong>Wake Audubon Field Trips </strong> We offer a wide variety of field trips. Coming up in April and May, our annual kayak weekend, a Uwharries hike, and a mountain birding trip. 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 Grasshopper Sparrow is Wake Audubon's Bird of the Year for 2017. Click on the image to read more about the Grasshopper 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.

Wake Audubon Welcomes You

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

  • Ephemeral Ponds Field Trip

    Authored by Jeff Beane On Saturday, 25 March, I led a field trip, “Ephemeral Ponds in the North Carolina Sandhills,” as a follow-up to my talk on ephemeral wetlands at th...

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  • Selected Bird Highlights from Nicaragua

    Authored by John A. Gerwin, Treasurer, Wake Audubon Society and Research Curator, Ornithology, NC Museum of Natural Sciences This is a final note from Finca Esperanza Verde, in the north centra...

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  • Bird-friendly Coffee

    Authored by John Gerwin A significant element of the Nicaragua economy is based on coffee exports. Based on numerous surveys, a significant number of birds thrive among the vegetation found in t...

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