North Carolina Partners in Flight      

Learn About North Carolina's Birds

Bird Profiles       

Management/Conservation
Fact Sheets

Bird Conservation Fact Sheets   

On-line Bird Finding Guides for North Carolina

Audubon Important Bird Areas


Bird Profiles


Broad-winged Hawk

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Eastern Kingbird

Eastern
Wood Pewee

White-eyed Vireo

Yellow-throated Vireo

Northern Rough-winged Swallow Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Wood Thrush

Indigo Bunting Golden-winged Warbler Black-throated Blue Warbler
Blackburnian Warbler Chestnut-sided Warbler Ovenbird Louisiana Waterthrush
Hooded Warbler Orchard Oriole Summer Tanager Blue Grosbeak
Swainson's Warbler Eastern Meadowlark    

PDF Versions of the above profiles (Produced by the North Carolina Wildlife Commission)

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Bird Conservation Fact Sheets

What are Neotropical Migrants?

Managing Your Backyard for Birds

Shade-Grown Coffee is for the Birds

Cowbirds vs Songbirds


The Top Ten for Birds

 

Individual Species Management/Conservation Fact Sheets Habitat Fragmentation and Birds Why are song birds vanishing?  An Overview

 

 


On-line Bird Finding Guides for North Carolina

Carolina Bird Club
Birding North Carolina, by Marshall Brooks and Mark Johns. 2005.
Published by Globe Pequot Press as part of their Falcon Guides Series.

For supplementary sites to the guide go to CBC.

North Carolina Audubon's
Important Bird Areas
 

Elisha Mitchell Audubon
   Asheville

Forsythe Audubon

Highlands Plateau Audubon

Mecklenburg Audubon

Chatham County and Jordan Lake

Durham County and Falls Lake  

           Jordan Lake by Canoe

            Orange County

           Wake County - Raleigh Lakes      

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