The NC Birding Trail is a partnership project to establish a driving trail linking great birding sites across the state. Six agencies and organizations are involved in the Birding Trail: NC Wildlife Resources Commission, NC State Parks, Audubon NC, US Fish & Wildlife Service, NC Sea Grant, and NC Cooperative Extension. The Trail was implemented in three regional components: the coastal plain, piedmont, and mountains. I-95 is the border between the coastal plain and piedmont regions; I-77 is the border between the piedmont and mountain regions. The coastal plain portion of the Trail was completed in 2007 (102 sites). The piedmont portion of the Trail was completed in 2008 (103 sites), and the mountain region was completed in 2009 (105 sites). To learn more about the NC Birding Trail, visit our Web site: www.ncbirdingtrail.org.
Last updated on March 30, 2012 by NC Birding Trail Coordinator