Calendar of Events

Bird Walk with Jill Peleuses

Join the Island Wildlife Chapter with Wild Bird Garden's Jill Peleuses for a bird walk at Carolina Beach State Park. Bring binoculars if you have them!   Register Today!

Nature Inspires Art: Kids Class at Carolina Beach State Park

Join Arts Educators from the Cameron Art Museum for a Nature Inspired art event for kids aged appx K-5. Space is limited to 17 students with their parents or guardians. Each student will receive a free Nature Inspires Art bag from the Cameron Art Museum, which includes sketchbook, basic art supplies, a book, and more!…

Learn to Deer Hunt Series #9: Game Cameras

Online/Virtual Event

Guy Gardner will share the fundamentals of game cameras, lessons learned and how to use these devices for scouting 24/7. 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 hunters from scouting to processing.…

Learn to Deer Hunt Series #9: Game Cameras

Online/Virtual Event

Guy Gardner will discuss the fundamentals of game cameras, lessons learned and how to use these devices for scouting 24/7. 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 hunters from scouting to processing.…

Human Wildlife Conflict Resolution: Birds of Prey

Online/Virtual Event

NCWF hosts Mckenna Schaffe from the Carolina Raptor Center, for an online presentation on conflicts between humans and raptors, and how to prevent and mitigate conflicts with birds of prey.   Register Today!

Wildlife Corridors and Habitat Connectivity

Online/Virtual Event

Creating a patchwork of habitat is increasingly important to protect wildlife and biodiversity with the steadily increasing development of forested acres in North Carolina. The South Wake Conservationists chapter hosts Dr. Liz Rutledge, NCWF’s Director of Wildlife Resources, for a discussion of the value and the impact of wildlife corridors and connecting wildlife habitats. Creating…

Juneteenth Hike at Eno River State Park

Eno River State Park 4390 Old Cole Mill Road, Durham

Join the Bull City Trailblazers for an educational 2.85 mile hike, over easy terrain in the Eno River State Park on Juneteenth to learn about Fannie Breeze, a midwife and enslaved African American woman who lived and worked in the Eno River Valley. She was an important person in the community whose expertise was enlisted…

Trees4Trash Cleanup in Raleigh

Join the South Wake Conservationists and Raleigh local, Gus Vandermeeren, for a cleanup under the New Bern Avenue bridge near Crabtree Valley Greenway.   Register Today!

The NEST Project at the Cameron Art Museum

Cameron Art Museum Wilmington

Join Island Wildlife and the Cape Fear Audubon at the Cameron Art Museum as we show support for the museum's super cool NEST project! Artists Leatha Koefler and Brenda Brokke will bring the community together to construct a giant nest from natural and recycled materials. Learn More!

Virtual Pollinator Field Day

Online/Virtual Event

Kick off National Pollinator Week 2021 by joining us for the NC Pollinator Conservation Alliance's 4th Annual Pollinator Field Day! This event will be virtual, so you can enjoy the program from the comfort of your home. We hope to be back in the field next year. In the meantime, we will feature presentations to…

Learn to Hunt Deer Series: Getting to Know White-tailed Deer

Online/Virtual Event

This presentation will explore the ways that deer communicate, detect danger, and react; where they live, and how you can use these factors to your advantage for dramatically improving your odds of finding deer. Learning how to make an effective shot is then your key to success. This series offers a dynamic line-up of presentations…

Bull City Trailblazers Monthly Meeting

Online/Virtual Event

The Bull City Trailblazers' June meeting will serve as an opportunity to meet and network with other members of our growing chapter. This event is free and open to the public. The Bull City Trailblazers hold their virtual meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Register Today!

Bee Jubilee with Neuse River Hawks

Free Pollinator Week event with activities and presentations in Oxford, NC, hosted by NCWF's Neuse River Hawks chapter. “Monarchs & Other Pollinators” presentation at 1pm by Neuse River Hawks member, Ann O’Neal Rogerson. This will take place in the back classroom, entry via Arena. Learn more!

NCWF Governor’s Conservation Achievement Award Nominations Deadline

NCWF’s Governor's Conservation Achievement Awards honors individuals, associations, businesses and others who have exhibited an unwavering commitment to conservation in North Carolina. Nominations for this honor -- the highest conservation achievement honors given in the state -- will be accepted through Tuesday, July 5, 2021. Click here to review the award categories or submit your nomination…

Learn to Deer Hunt Series #11: Planning the Hunt

Online/Virtual Event

Learn how to anticipate deer behavior and movement as habitat, hunting pressure, and food sources change. We'll explore techniques that can improve your odds - access, timing, stand placement and more with Evan Trebilcock. This series offers a dynamic line-up of presentations and materials curated by the New Hill Hunter Education and Mentoring Program, covering…

High Shoals Falls Hike

South Mountains Park Charlotte

Join NCWF Affiliate, Black to Nature, for a hike to High Shoals Falls at South Mountains State Park. The 2.70 mile hike will begin at the Jacob Fork parking lot. The trail crosses the Jacob Fork River and reaches the High Shoals waterfall one mile from the parking lot. The trail continues up steep steps…

Drop-in Family Fishing Day

Rob Wallace Park Midland

NCWF's Concord Wildlife Alliance (CWA) Chapter hosts a drop-in, family fishing event at Rob Wallace Park (RWP), a 143-acre natural habitat with trails, a playground, and a fishing pond. CWA will focus on the fishing, but participants are welcome to walk the trails on their own. A RWP Senior Ranger (self-proclaimed fishing expert) will be…

Burned: Are Trees the New Coal?

Online/Virtual Event

Join NCWF's Island Wildlife chapter for a discussion of the short film, Burned: Are Trees the New Coal, with UNCW Environmental Sciences professor John Taggart, Southern Environmental Law Center attorney Heather Hillaker, and Belinda Joyner of Clean Water for North Carolina as we learn more about the worldwide wood pellet industry and its impacts on…

NCWF Moth Night

Join NCWF and insect aficionado and wildlife lover, Lenny Lampel, for moth night at Reedy Creek Preserve! Lenny's moth nights are always very popular events- hopefully we get to see some cool species! Feel free to bring a flashlight. Pre-registration is required.   Register Today!