The Cape Fear Wildlife Expo featuring everything from the great outdoors.
The Wilmington Convention Center housed displays featuring everything from the great outdoors.
After being pooped on a number of times, workers at the New Hanover County Landfill are taking aim at their avian enemies.
After getting a federal permit in may allowing the landfill to cull their seagull population, workers say they are seeing results.
A former animal cruelty investigator says there are no problems with birds being raised at a Brunswick County service station.
An automotive service station with exotic birds for sale is ruffling some feathers.
Complaints from people range from the birds being kept in hot conditions to too many of the animals in one cage.
Seagulls may seem more annoying then harmful, but what they are doing at the New Hanover County :andfill is potentially dangerous to employees and customers.
The Mecklenburg Audubon Society wants building operators in Charlotte to reduce the lighting at night to save migratory birds.
Southeastern North Carolina is full of natural beauty and wildlife. Some of it happened by accident. The Bird Islands in the Lower Cape Fear River began as dredge drop-offs. Now thousands of birds from more than 10 species call the islands home.
The American Bird Conservancy says a second wave of mysterious pelican injuries and deaths has occurred in the past several weeks at Topsail Island following earlier incidents about six months ago in which about 250 pelicans died as a result of still-undetermined causes.
North Carolina residents can make sure the state develops a reputation as being for the birds.
Bluebirds in the Cape Fear have a new place to call home. Today the Cape Fear Garden Club dedicated its second bluebird house trail at the New Hanover County Arboretum.