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Birdlife plays a key role in the history of Pine Island and the entire Currituck Sound region.
One of the best ways to explore Audubon's Pine Island Sanctuary is by water.
Under the soft green canopy of live oaks, in the rustling grasses of Currituck Sound, and in freshwater pools teeming with birdlife, change is underway at the Pine Island Audubon Sanctuary.
Come see all the wildlife and habitats of Pine Island Santuary and Center.
Audubon staff and partners have developed a conservation and usage plan for the sanctuary that will ensure that visitors make a minimal impact on the Sanctuary’s habitats, birds, and wildlife.
Audubon NC staff is conducting sustainable controlled burns at the Audubon Sanctuary in Corolla.
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.