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Is your school, community, or organization interested in promoting conservation and native plants? Want to do more to help local wildlife and pollinators? This season we are teaming up with the Lowcountry Biodiversity Foundation to provide even more funding for schools and organizations throughout coastal South Carolina. For more information, please review these application forms. Be sure to submit your application no later than September 6 th! Download Community Grant Info.

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The Carolina Bird Club is a non-profit organization that represents and supports the birding community in the Carolinas through its website, publications, meetings, workshops, trips, and partnerships, whose mission is. us —Renew, Donate. The Carolina Bird Club, Inc. The Club meets each winter, spring, and fall at different locations in the Carolinas.

Meeting sites are selected to give participants an opportunity to see many different kinds of birds. Guided field trips and informative programs are combined for an exciting weekend of meeting with people who share an enthusiasm and concern for birds. The Club offers research grants in avian biology for undergraduate and graduate students, and scholarships for young birders. The Club publishes two print publications now also available online. The Chat is a quarterly ornithological journal that contains scientific articles, reports of bird records committees and bird counts, and general field notes on bird sightings.

CBC Newsletter is published bimonthly and includes birding articles and information about meetings, field trips, and Club news. By becoming a member, you support the activities of the Club, receive reduced registration fee for meetings, can participate in bonus field trips, and receive our publications. This motion passed Wednesday, August 4th. The EC apologizes to all CBC members that the pandemic has forced us to cancel yet another seasonal meeting.

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Even with vaccinations, the CDC has said that "The Delta variant is one of the most infectious viruses we know of", a disturbing statement. The EC does not want to inadvertently aid transmission of the virus by hosting a gathering amid rapidly rising hospitalization rates. Birding with other people is one of the pleasures of our hobby, but the news about COVID is alarming enough to force us to cancel the Fall meeting.

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The Winter seasonal meeting at the Outer Banks OBX has not been affected by this motion, but the Executive Committee will continue to monitor the infection rates and CDC recommendations, but, as of now, we are planning to hold the Winter meeting. Details about the OBX Winter meeting will be in the October Newsletter, and full details for reservations and registration will be communicated in November.

Updates to the list of South Carolina birds. The of the latest round of voting by the South Carolina Bird Records Committee have been applied to the list of birds of South Carolina. Changes are:.

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The list of definitive species increases by 6 toProvisional I decreases by 1 to 8, and hypothetical decreases by 1 to 7. Widely considered at the top of the list for early winter birding sites in North Carolina, the Outer Banks of Dare County are home to thousands of wintering swans, ducks, geese, shorebirds, waders, gulls, and more.

There is a waiting list for this trip. The Spring issue of The Chat is available online. The NC Bird Atlas is a statewide community science project to map birds during the breeding and wintering seasons. We support participation by a diversity of humans for the diversity of birds.

The use of Bird Atlases has become one of the most important tools for conservation and land management in the majority of states in the United States. Bird populations across the country face challenges from changes in land use, climate change effects, novel and expanding invasive species, and human development.

Bird Atlases provide land managers and scientists with comprehensive data on bird populations through an effort that leverages thousands of active bird observers.

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The data collected through bird atlases is critical in informing conservation strategies and land management practices to ensure bird diversity for the future. for more information about the North Carolina Bird Atlas. Youth membership. If you are age 18 or younger, you can have free membership!

Have your parent hq carolinabirdclub. Birding Heroes Program. Recognition may include a of items, including but not be limited to 1 a free one year membership to the Carolina Bird Club CBC2 a certificate of appreciation and recognition on our website or in the CBC newsletter, 3 any other recognition that the Executive Committee deems appropriate. For more information on this program and how you can participate, please visit the Birding Heroes Program .

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The link to this can also be found under the "For Members" pull-down menu on every. North Carolina Big Years.

Ina few people attempted state big years. Two of the big years are listed here:. Wiles Creek Project.

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Here is an article about the Wiles Creek Project. New web features!

We now can offer the full contents of the book Birds of the Central Carolinas online! Written by Donald W. Seriff, Birds of the Central Carolinas is the definitive work on the status, distribution, and history of birds in the region centered on Charlotte, and has much to offer for the greater surrounding area as well.

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Read book reviews here and here. When Arch McCallum gave a presentation on Empidonax flycatchers at the Fall meeting he said he would have an online supplement in six months. Here it is! Also, a new presentation for the pandemic.

Arch is posting each day a recording from his catalog of a bird sound recorded on that date month and day at some time in the past 39 years. Raptor primers : Do you have trouble identifying hawks? Do you know when your dues are due?

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Wonder no more, the enhanced online dues application will now tell you. New Rare Bird Alerts. The link will guide you through setting up a GroupMe if you don't have one, and you may also want to download the app for your smartphone.

Also pay attention to the instruction to post at least one initial message, to avoid being kicked right back out of the group. Communication in these groups is either via text message or through the app. To cut down on distractions for everyone it's requested that you limit communications to sharing timely location and presence information on chaseable "good" or rare birds. Her passion for birds sparked the inspiration for her first published book, Tuahwhich she wrote when the was thirteen.

She hopes to attend Cornell University and study to become an ornithologist. County eBirding is a new feature on the website. Birds of the Central Carolinas. The definitive book about the birds of the central Carolinas is available through Mecklenburg Audubon.

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The book is a first of its kind, an authoritative, comprehensive summary of the status, distribution, and historical context of all the birds regularly occurring in the Piedmont of both Carolinas. It includes original historical research never before compiled and published in online sources; full s of species with additional partial s of another 60 species; over color photographs taken in the central Carolinas; and the complete of the Mecklenburg County Breeding Bird Atlas. Birders use refuges too. Buying a Duck Stamp through the ABA shows your support—as a birder—for habitat and bird conservation.

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The Chat goes online-only: Beginning with the Winter issue, The Chat will be published online only. This also of course saves trees by reducing paper consumption. The Chat has been optionally available online for several years and about a quarter of the membership has already chosen to receive it only online. Access to issues from the last two calendar years requires club membership; older issues are freely accessible to all. When a new issue is published, members will receive a notification viaprovided that we have your correct address on file.

The Chat is now published online only. To read The Chat or the Newsletter online, you will need to create a .

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If you still haven't done this, now's the time. If creating a doesn't work because your isn't recognized, it could simply mean that you are not a member of the club.

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Remedy that by ing! If you are a member and your isn't recognized, it means that either we don't have any address for you on record, or we have an old one that you don't use any more. Please hq carolinabirdclub. You can always check the website main to see if there is a new edition of either The Chat or the Newsletter. However, we will also send you an notice of publication of either The Chat all members or the Newsletter online subscribers. Naturally, this only works if we have your correct address. Also, sometimes these notification s get filtered to your spam folder so check there occasionallyor even suppressed entirely by your ISP.