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Monthly Meetings

May 1, 2014, at 7:00 PM, Mark Kosiewski, New Hope Audubon Society, Piedmont Barn Owl Initiative.

There is no charge for these meetings and everyone, including nonmembers, is welcome. For details and directions click here.


If you might be interested in volunteering with us on our projects, activities, fund-raising, or anything else we do, we have a survey form for you to fill out that will inform us of your interests, special talents, contact information, etc. Click here to go to our on-line survey. Do good work, meet people, have fun. We want to hear from you!

Our Eastern NC Field Trip--Jan. 17-20

Click here to check out some photos from our recent field trip to eastern North Carolina. If you like what you see (and you will), join us on our next fun-filled adventure.

Events Calendar

Some upcoming events. For information on these and other events, go to our calendar and click on an event for details.
  • April 13--Eagle count
  • April 19--Hiking trail development, Jordan Lake
  • April 28--Chapel Hill Bird Club meeting.
  • May 3--Stream watch

Newsletter Available Online

Our most recent bi-monthly newletter is now available online. Click here for the March-April, 2014, newsletter.

Here's some of what you will find:
  • What's That, You Say?, by Norm Budnitz--Why do they keep changing bird names?
  • Feeder Watch, by Tom Driscoll--It's been a busy time at the feeders.
  • Schedule of events for March/April

Spring Bird Counts

New Hope Audubon sponsers the Jordan Lake Spring Bird Count each year. This year, the count will be on Sunday, May 4, 2014. For detailed information click here. Here is a list of other area counts with contact information. Click on a name to send an email.

Two of our tiniest winter visitors.

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Ruby-crowned Kinglet

redbud WIWR

Winter Wren



Links often requested by our readers. Visit our Resources page for more information and a more extensive list of links about birds, conservation, rehabilitation organizations, and other national, state, and local Audubon groups.

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Great Blue Heron

Last Updated: March 4, 2014