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Get an Inside Look at Women-led ForestHer Training

Women landowners gathered at Karen Plaster’s “She Shack” in Jones County this month for the first in-person ForestHer NC workshop since the pandemic began.

The program has reached landowners across the state, equipping them to better steward their land for wildlife. Get an inside look at the most recent training and save the date for upcoming workshops.


A black and white warbler crawls down a branch.

Represent North Carolina by Counting Birds for Science

Starting today, the North Carolina Bird Atlas is in a weekend-long competition with other states to find the most birds, and we need your help! Submit observations to the Atlas through Sunday evening to be eligible for prizes and bragging rights. Learn more here. If you’re new to the Atlas, check out this introduction.


Black-and-white Warbler. Photo: Robert Cook/Audubon Photography Awards

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