Terrific opportunity to learn about our rich and diverse population of birds in North Carolina. Our unique geographic setting along the Atlantic coast flyway provides both breeding and wintering grounds for many birds, making North Carolina a premiere birding destination.
Everyone can do this! Bring the rich wonders of nature to your very own backyard and help promote the health and well-being of our local wildlife.
Come to the Aug. 10 meeting of the South Wake Conservationists and learn all about the role of native plants, plus the impact of invasive plant species. All are welcome!
Join the South Wake Conservationists July 13 for an enlightening perspective on the important role hunting has played over the years in conservation.
Do you want to be a “Riverkeeper” for a day? Enjoy your day paddling on the cool, scenic Cape Fear River while contributing to the local community. South Wake Conservationists will be joining a river clean up event on the Cape Fear River on Sunday, July 23 from 9 am – 12 pm. The canoes, safety equipment and guidance will be provided by Cape Fear River Adventures in Lillington, and there is no charge to participate. If interested, please contact South Wake Conservationists at 919-455-4113