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The Sanctuary in Corolla is not only a popular destination for visitors of the Outer Banks, it is also a stopover spot for many migrating waterfowl during cooler months.
With its extensive marshes, waterways and diversity of upland and maritime forest, the 2,600 acres of preserved land contribute to major environmental and wildlife conservation efforts for the health of our birds, wildlife and local community.
Now, it is increasingly important to preserve the remaining habitats and resources that support the health of the birds and wildlife here.
Although Audubon is just getting started with biological surveys of the site, already 167 species of birds have been documented here.
Meet the staff & board of directors.
The Sanctuary in Corolla works to maintain a balance between conservation and hunting regulations.
Conservation efforts help more than just birds at the Sanctuary in Corolla.