<strong>Primates and Hornbills of the Bornean Rainforest</strong> -John Connors will talk about these and other fascinating creatures at our February meeting.  Click the image above to check our calendar for time and location. <strong>Chimney Swift Roost Tower</strong> – Last chance to order a commemorative brick for the viewing patio! Order will be placed on March 16th. Click the image above to learn how order a brick. <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!   Brown-headed Nuthatches need nest boxes and use them as roosts in the winter- Click on image to hear the Brown-headed Nuthatch <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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