A Dialogue on Climate Change

Online/Virtual Event

"Interfaith Creation Care of the Triangle and Orange-Chatham Interfaith Care for Creation are hosting this dialogue with the assistance of In Solidarity, a faith-based non-profit. The media is being invited. Our country is in the midst of crucial debates over transitioning to a clean energy economy through the infrastructure and reconciliation budget plans in Congress.…

Animal Skulls: Carnivore, Herbivore or Omnivore?

Online/Virtual Event

NCWF hosts master naturalist and animal skull expert, Chris Baldwin, for a virtual presentation about differentiating carnivores, herbivores and omnivores from each other solely by looking at their skulls. Chris will have skulls on hand for participants to examine. It will be helpful to have a ruler on-hand for this virtual event. Register here!

The Elk Are Back: The Reintroduction of Elk in NC

Online/Virtual Event

If you haven't had a chance to hear the elk bugling during rut season, you are missing out on one of nature's most amazing songs. As the population of elk grows since their re-introduction into the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the bugling can be heard as the bulls try to achieve dominance. After years…

Fall Garden Planting for Pollinators

Online/Virtual Event

Join Annabel Renwick, curator of the Blomquist Garden of Native Plants at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina, as she discusses planting in the autumn garden with a focus on native plants. Annabel will cover border design, choice of plants, as well as preparing the ground, planting, and subsequent management. She is…

Mysteries of the Great White Shark

Online/Virtual Event

How Scientists are Solving the Puzzle and Discovering the Importance of the Carolinas Join NCWF and the Island Wildlife Chapter - Cape Fear Region with Dr. Bob Hueter of Ocearch for an educational talk about Ocearch's advanced great white shark research and expeditions. Dr. Hueter served as Chief Science Advisor from 2017-2020 for the OCEARCH,…