After visiting the nature trail at the Audubon Sanctuary, which is open to the public dawn to dusk 365 days a year, take advantage of other opportunities to spot an array of birds across Currituck County and Northeastern North Carolina. Surrounded by parks, wildlife refuges and Important Bird Areas, there are plenty of ways to make your visit to the region spectacular.
Click to learn about some of the nearby birding destinations in Currituck County.
- Middle Marsh IBA
- Mackay Island IBA
- Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge
- Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge
- Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge
- Pocosin Lakes Wildlife Refuge
The NC Birding Trail is a long-time partner of Audubon North Carolina and a great resource for the best places to bird across our state. Visit the Birding Trail website to find your next birding destination along the Outer Banks and across our state.
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Learn about the bird conservation research taking place at Pine Island and find nature-focused events happening at this Important Bird Area along the Outer Banks in our periodic eBulletin.