Calendar of Events

Hawk Monthly Program

Online/Virtual Event

Animal Rehabilitation and Wildlife in Spring Spring is here! Amongst the new blooms and warmer weather, many of our furry friends are having their babies. Mammal moms are the best…

Introduction to Venus Flytraps and Their Current Status

Online/Virtual Event

Venus Flytrap Web Series #1: Introduction to Venus Flytraps and Their Current Status Come learn about the Venus flytraps of NC and the current status of this unique carnivorous plant…

Management and Conservation of Sea Turtles

The chapter hosts Dr. Matthew Godfrey a biologist of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission to learn about one of the state’s most beloved animals: sea turtles. This presentation will cover…

Trees4Trash Native Tree Planting

Join the South Wake Conservationists at Prairie Ridge Ecostation for a Trees4Trash planting event. The trees will be planted within the arboretum. Masks and social distancing are required and all…

Carolina Beach Trees4Trash Cleanup

Join the Island Wildlife Chapter and Plastic Ocean Project for a Trees4Trash clean up and beach sweep in Carolina Beach.

Introduction to Fly Fishing

McGalliard Falls Valdese

Join the Catawba River Wildlife Coalition (CRWC) in a fly fishing lesson. More details to come. Presentation at 5:30 and fly fishing at 6pm. Table Rock Trout Unlimited Chapter #219…

Birding Basics with Lauren Pharr

Online/Virtual Event

The Island Wildlife Chapter hosts ornithologist and science communicator Lauren Pharr for a presentation on birding basics. This event is free and open to the public. All those who register…

Pollution and Climate Change Impact on Wildlife

Join the Charlotte Wildlife Stewards program chapter (formerly CROWN) meeting on the second Tuesday of the Month. Join us for a talk on the impact of pollution and climate issues…

Pollinator Gardening in the Piedmont

Pollinators are in essential part of our ecosystem. As cities and towns continue to grow it’s more important than ever to ensure pollinators have sources of food, shelter and places…

Current Affairs in Marine Fisheries Web Series: Shrimp Trawling

Online/Virtual Event

 The devastating impact of shrimp trawling on marine fisheries demands urgent and immediate action and a new approach to managing North Carolina waters to protect the creatures and people who depend on them, now and for generations to come.

The Ecology and Conservation of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers

Online/Virtual Event

Join the chapter and biologist Carson Wood for a presentation on the federally endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers of NC. Carson Wood is a biologist and a specialist on threatened and endangered…

Carolina Beach State Park Bird Walk

Join the chapter for a socially-distant bird walk to enjoy the birds of Carolina Beach State Park guided by Jill Peleuses, owner of Wild Bird & Garden. New and experienced…

Venus Flytrap Champions

Online/Virtual Event

Venus Flytrap Champions is a collaboration of agencies and nonprofit organizations that serve as a support network for people managing Venus flytrap habitat on private property. The final webinar in…

Clean Up Lake Raleigh

Join NCWF and the South Wake Conservationists chapter for a trash clean-up in and around Lake Raleigh. This Saturday, April 24th from 9am-12pm, the North Carolina Wildlife Federation and NCWF's…

The Effects of Salt Water Intrusion

Online/Virtual Event

LeRoy Humphries will offer a presentation on sea level rise and the impact of salt water intrusion on coastal forests. LeRoy Humphries is a US Navy veteran who served in…

Learn to Hunt Web Series: Hunting Regulations

Online/Virtual Event

This series offers a dynamic line-up of presentations and materials curated by the New Hill Hunter Education and Mentoring Program, covering a wide variety of topics to guide new deer…