<strong>December Meeting -Seabirds off the North Carolina Coast </strong> Kate Sutherland, graduate student at UNC-Wilmington and co-leader of seabird-watching trips with Brian Patteson, will discuss several offshore topics, including some of the species seen in pelagic waters; her research on the black-capped petrel; and a brief summary of state and federal plans to develop offshore energy. Meeting in-person and via Zoom.  Click on the image for more information about the program. <strong>Night Sky -  </strong> <strong>Fall Migration is happening now!</strong>  Click the image above to learn more about Lights Out Wake <strong>Purple Martins</strong> - Click the image above to learn about local birding places. The American Goldfinch is Wake Audubon's Bird of the Year for 2023. Click on the image above for more information about the Bird of the Year. <strong>Native Plants</strong> – Look for information on their importance. Click on the image for more information.

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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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