In keeping with our mission, Wake Audubon supports a number of conservation projects for our members and the community to become involved in. How would you like to contribute?
Roost Tower, viewing and research station at Prairie Ridge Ecosystem in Northwest Raleigh will provide a permanent roost site for Chimney Swifts as the number of alternate local sites are dwindling. Learn more about this species, the concerns that caused us to take action, what to expect at the site, and education and research plans.
adopted a stretch of Walnut Creek and organizes volunteer clean-up days for this area in coordination with other environmental groups. Please check our calendar for the specific dates and contact information if you would like to spend a morning working with other volunteers on a stream clean-up. Click on the above link for more information and photos from recent events.
The Brown-headed Nuthatch project is a state-wide initiative to provide nesting boxes for this year-round resident of the southeastern United States. Learn how to join in efforts to place homes for Brown-headed Nuthatches throughout our state.
ongoingprogram of planting milkweed seedlings in our local parks. Volunteers work with park staff to begin or enhance stands of this beneficial native plant, critically important to the monarch caterpillar