Currituck Sound Coalition

Diverse stakeholders working together to create a resilient future for Currituck Sound

Autumn sunset from Pine Island Dock

The Currituck Sound Coalition was formed by Audubon in October 2019 to foster collaboration among diverse partners on ecosystem restoration and conservation in Currituck Sound, North Carolina. Composed of non-profit organizations, academic institutions, local communities, and state and federal agencies, members of the Currituck Sound Coalition work together to advance nature-based solutions for challenges facing Currituck Sound.

Current members include: Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Partnership, Audubon North Carolina, Coastal Studies Institute, Coastal Wildlife Refuge Society, Chowan University, Currituck County, Ducks Unlimited, National Estuarine Research Reserve, North Carolina Coastal Federation, North Carolina Sea Grant, The Nature Conservancy, Town of Duck, US Army Corps of Engineers, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Wildlife Resources Commission.

Why are marshes important?

Why are marshes important

Pine Island promises to be a unique experience of the wildness of Currituck Sound and its unparalleled marshes, maritime forests, birds, and other wildlife.

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Audubon's Vision for Protecting Marshes at the Sanctuary

A Vision for Currituck's Marshes

The Audubon sanctuary is part of the Currituck Marshes-Pine Island Important Bird Area, which is made up of an extensive system of marshes, creeks, channels and open water.

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Conserving Currituck Sound for Future Generations

Audubon's plan for an enduring landscape

Audubon's plans for an enduring landscape

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