<strong>Wild West Adventure Travelogue </strong> - Wake Audubon's July meeting features Jeff Beane, NC Museum of Natural Sciences herpetologist and recent recipient of the 2015 Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award.  Jeff will describe an August 2014 road trip showcasing the biodiversity of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. All of our meetings are free and open to all.  Click on the photo above to view other events, then check our calendar for dates, times and locations. <strong>Chimney Swift Roost Tower</strong> – The Chimney Swift roost tower is finally a reality! Please help us to complete the viewing patio through your continuing, generous donations to our Buy a Brick for Swifts campaign. Then save the date and join us the weekend of August 22 for an official celebration. Click the photo above to learn how this tower came to be. <strong>Walks and talks and events, oh my!</strong> – We are busier this year than ever before with conservation initiatives and education activities. Click the photo above to see all we do, then gather up your family and friends and participate with us. We look forward to seeing you! <strong>Summer Birding - Field Trips</strong> - This Common Buckeye and others can be observed on our August field trip.  View trips on our calendar as more are scheduled. <strong>Homes for nuthatches</strong> –Join us and Audubon chapters across the state as we strive to place 10,000 brown-headed nuthatch nest boxes in NC communities by 2015 – and protect this adorable bird of concern. Buy a box at a monthly meeting or event to help the cause. Learn more about the brown-headed nuthatch by clicking the photo above.

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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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