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When Audubon North Carolina assumed full management of Pine Island on the northern Outer Banks two years ago, the organization became the steward of one of the last remnants of the storied Currituck Sound landscape.
As part of its Flyway-centered Strategic Plan, Audubon is addressing the threat of climate change through an initiative called Shaping a Healthy Climate and Clean Energy Future.
Located at the intersection of numerous bird migration tributaries, Pine Island provides a green sanctuary for vast numbers of migrating songbirds and waterfowl that pass through the area in the spring and fall looking for a safe haven to rest and refuel.
After more than 100 years in private ownership, the Sanctuary in Corolla will be opened to the community so that everyone can enjoy and explore this singular reminder of the historic Outer Banks.