Calendar items are color coded to represent five categories of events that Wake Audubon hosts. See legend below. Click here for a pdf version of the 2020 calendar.

Wake Audubon event categories:

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    • Monthly Programs: Wake Audubon meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 W. Jones St., downtown Raleigh. Free parking is available one block past the Museum on Jones St. All meetings are free and open to the public. You’ll see these events colored blue in the calendar.
    • Field Trips: Please join us as we explore the natural areas of North Carolina, both local to Raleigh and farther afield. Please note that some trips may have associated fees. These events are shown in green in the calendar.
    • Monthly Bird Walks: Each month, a different Wake Audubon member will lead a walk to the location of his or her choice. Usually these trips will begin in the morning around 8:30 a.m. and participants will travel to a birding hot spot somewhere in the Wake County area. Check your newsletter or this site often to see where we will be going next. These events are colored red in the calendar.
    • General: These are various Wake Audubon Events that don’t fall into the field trip, monthly bird walk, or monthly lecture series. These events are colored purple in the calendar.
  • Young Naturalist Club: This is a group for junior naturalists ages 12-18 (learn more). Join us as we explore North Carolina’s natural areas! These events are colored yellow in the calendar.

You can also keep track of Wake Audubon’s calendar of activities through the Wake Audubon Meetup site. Learn more.