Share Our Rivers





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Published on Feb 27, 2017

Birds bring such beauty to the North Carolina coastline. Generations of birds, like pelicans, ibis, wading birds, and terns, have used our coast and rivers to nest and raise chicks.

Taking pride in these North Carolina residents are part of our daily life, but also our natural heritage. You can help protect birds along our waterways by:
* Enjoying birds from a distance. Use binoculars to view the birds from a safe distance or the comfort of your boat.
* Heed signs and stay off posted islands and other areas during nesting season.
* Put trash and unwanted fishing line in a trashcan. Not in the water or on land.
* Never let your dog out on the islands or near nesting areas, not even for a minute.
*Take pride in our birds, coast, and rivers by keeping our waters clean and healthy.

These simple actions will help keep our coast and rivers a haven birds and people for generations to come.

Learn more at NC.Audubon.org/waterways

This video was brought to you by the generous support of The Orton Foundation.

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