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Help Us Celebrate “The Year of the Bird” and Get Your Winter Birding On!

Author: Jodie Owen/Wednesday, February 14, 2018/Categories: Blog, Conservation, Education, Wildlife Watching

Help Us Celebrate “The Year of the Bird” and Get Your Winter Birding On!

It’s 2018 – 100 years since the passage of one of the most important bird-protection laws in history – the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. To celebrate this milestone, National Geographic, Audubon and others have declared this year “The Year of the Bird.”

And if you’ve ever wanted to learn more about birds, this is your year! Over the next 11 months, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will be posting information on its blog about birds in North Carolina, the various projects agency biologists are conducting to help manage and monitor bird populations in the Tar Heel state, and much more so be sure to check back frequently.

First up is a general overview of birding in the winter. Even though it might be cold and dreary, you can still get your nature watching fix. In fact, several species of birds can be seen only in North Carolina in the winter. Let’s take a closer look at a few of the birds that are found in North Carolina only in the winter and how you can attract them to your backyards.

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