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Highlands Plateau
Audubon Society
The mission of the Highlands Plateau Audubon Society is to provide opportunities to enjoy and learn about birds and other wildlife and to promote conservation and restoration of the habitats that support them.



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See the climate forecast map


Saving North Carolina's Climate Threatened Birds

Big Bird Box Real Estate Boom!!
For the article concerning the bird boxes
    and how you might be able to help,
                    Click HERE
Highlands Falls partners with HPAS.
                   See article HERE.
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More information and a map

The Mystery of Beautiful Males Explained
    Thanks to:
Photos by Ed Boos
     
Serving Highlands, Cashiers, Franklin
and Scaly Mountain
in Western North Carolina
Greg Craybas
314 Species on the Brink
Shrinking and shifting ranges could imperil
nearly half of U.S. birds within this century




Franklin Bird Club
  Schedule updates
HPAS Places Nesting Boxes
on Cashiers Library Grounds
For the HPAS 215 total

Mecklenburg Audubon Newsletter
                     December 2015
Three Wild Turkey from a rafter of 18.
Photo by William McReynolds
Members of a CBC group from the left: Avary Doubleday, Sonya Carpenter, Russ Regnery and Jim Costa.
Photo by William McReynolds
Article by William McReynolds
Great(Global) Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) is citizen science project in ornithology. It is conducted annually in mid February. This event it supported by Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society. During this four day event birdwatchers all around the world are invited to count and report details of birds in the area they live. This data is logged at ebird.org server in specific format. The rich data collected during this event is used for scientific research.


Great Backyard Bird Count
                    2016
              


Christmas Bird Count
Friday, Dec. 18th, 2016
Results

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