Who We Are

Who We Are
Wake Audubon is a chapter of Audubon NC and of the National Audubon Society. We are located in Wake County, North Carolina (Raleigh and surrounding towns). We have a membership of about 1,500 and hold monthly meetings, field trips, bird walks and other activities.

Wake Audubon is made up of a diverse group of people with a variety of interests and specialties; we’re not just birdwatchers. Wake Audubon members share a common interest in wildlife, nature, nature photography, and environmental conservation. We are a non-profit organization and have no paid staff. Volunteers serve as officers and organize all of our activities.

Red-bellied Cooter at ARNWR. This species reaches the southeastern edge of its range in northeastern NC.

Red-bellied Cooter at Alligator River NWR.


Pipevine Swallowtail

White Ibis at Pea Island NWR

White Ibis at Pea Island NWR

Our mission statement:

“To foster knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of nature; to encourage responsible environmental stewardship; to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.”

Constitution and By-laws 

Wake Audubon Society is governed by a board of directors in accordance with our chapter by-laws.
Click here for a PDF version of our by-laws.