<strong>March Meeting - </strong> –Japan's Winter Wildlife - Award-winning photographer Keith Kennedy will share the incredible scenery and wildlife of Japan.  Above is his image of a Steller Sea Eagle.  Click on the above image to check the online calendar for more information. <strong>Local birding</strong> Look for waterfowl on our local lakes this winter. These scaup were spotted on Lake Crabtree. <strong>Bird walks and field trips</strong> - Click the image above to learn about up-coming events. All are welcome. The Red-shouldered Hawk is Wake Audubon's Bird of the Year for 2019. Click on the image above for more information about the  Red-shouldered Hawk. <strong>Community Outreach and Conservation work</strong> –  We offer many opportunities to participate in community events and conservation projects such as this milkweed planting.

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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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    authored by Erik Thomas On June 15, I conducted some bird counts at the Lumber River Important Bird Area (IBA), which the Wake Audubon Society monitors.  Counting consists of stopping for ten mi...

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