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Sep022015

Audubon Sanctuary in Corolla


 An example of the marsh habitat the Audbon's Sanctuary in Corolla will protect

Audubon’s Climate Study identifies more than 300 bird species at risk due to the damaging effects of climate change. With birds inhabiting more northerly habitats, Audubon’s Sanctuary in Corolla has been identified as being in the top 2% of strongholds for birds to survive the effects of climate change over the next century.

This Saltmarsh Sparrow calls the Audubon Sanctuary in Corrolla home. 

 

 

In their latest video, Audubon is giving viewers a peek behind the gates of the Sanctuary in Corolla where scientists are making great strides in conservation efforts to protect birds in North Carolina.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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