Calendar of Events

Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge

North Carolina Wildlife Federation will host a statewide Neighborhood Cleanup Challenge to encourage residents to help wildlife, waterways, and habitats by removing trash from NC neighborhoods. This volunteer cleanup effort…

Retracing John Lawson’s Expedition Through the Carolinas

Online/Virtual Event

NCWF's Island Wildlife Chapter hosts noted author Scott Huler for a presentation about retracing John Lawson's expedition through the Carolinas. Huler recently published a book on the subject called "A…

Trees4Trash Web Series #1: NC Native Tree Feature

Online/Virtual Event

Learn about some of NCWF’s favorite native trees, including Oaks, Maples and more and their important benefits to wildlife species in NC with NCWF and community educator Kate Bolkin of…

Concord Wildlife Alliance: Virtual School Garden Tour

Online/Virtual Event

CWA hosts a presentation on the gardens, greenhouses and other outdoor offerings at Griffin STEM Middle School and Patriots Elementary School. See how our local schools have stayed strong and…

Learn to Hunt Deer Series: Archery

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…

Trees4Trash Web Series: Trash Impacts on Wildlife

Online/Virtual Event

Join NCWF for the final installment of the series with Caroline Burgett to learn all about trash in our environment, impacts on wildlife and what we can do to prevent…

Concord Wildlife Alliance Vulcan Quarry Tour

Vulcan Materials Company 7680 Poplar Tent Road, Concord

The site manages 65 acres of forest and grassland habitat for local wildlife species. The quarry is active and expanding, which at times necessitates the replanting of habitat projects. The…

Trees4Trash Clean-up Harnett County

Join NCWF and the South Wake Conservationists chapter for a trash clean-up along the Upper Little River watershed that flows into the Cape Fear River. Trash pickers, safety vests and…

Explore Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary

Chantilly Park 222 Wyanoke Ave, Charlotte

Join Charlotte Wildlife Stewards' nature guides to explore a site that nature is reclaiming. Once a place of often flooded apartments, Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary is now home to native plants,…

Green Swamp Preserve: North Carolina’s Natural Treasure

Online/Virtual Event

NCWF's Island Wildlife Chapter hosts UNCW professor Roger Shew for a talk about Brunswick County's Green Swamp Preserve. Professor Shew's background in geology is in sedimentology, stratigraphy, sedimentary petrology, subsurface…

Neuse River Hawks Nature Walk

Forest Ridge Park 2100 Old NC Highway 98, Wake Forest

Join us for a Nature Walk at Forest Ridge Park! We will be meeting at the garden parking area.  Rain date would be the next day, the 20th. No registration…

NCWF Endangered Species Web Series: Red Wolf

Online/Virtual Event

Get to know the red wolves of North Carolina with NCWF's Katerina Ramos. Come learn about these critically endangered animals and how you can help in their recovery. Katerina Ramos is…

Cherokee Reservation Hickory Tree Planting

Join NCWF and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for a Trees4Trash planting of 120 hickory trees for wildlife and for tribe member recreation.  Masks and social distancing required. Click…

Trees4Trash Web Series: Sustainable Lifestyle Tips

Online/Virtual Event

Join NCWF for this presentation of the Trees4Trash web series as we host the Director of Sustainability at Davidson College, Yancey Fouche, and her students on how to direct your…

Moth Night with NCWF and Lenny Lampel

Join entomologist and wildlife lover Lenny Lampel and NCWF for moth night! We will meet at West Branch Nature Preserve in Davidson, where we will then walk and observe moths…

Trees4Trash Native Tree Planting

Raleigh, NC Raleigh

Join the South Wake Conservationists for a Trees4Trash planting event at the NC Museum of Art Park Trees, shrubs and natives perennials will be planted to support wildlife and to…

Learn to Hunt Deer Series Effective Use of Tree Stands

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…

Bird Walk at Clark’s Creek Preserve

Charlotte, NC

Join NC Wildlife Federation for bird walk guided by Matthew Morgan of Mecklenburg Parks and Recreation and learn to identify birds by both sight and sound! This event is free and open to…