The following are Birding Clubs in the Triangle area of North Carolina.
Bluebirders of Wake County
Meets quarterly. Members are dedicated to bluebird conservation within Wake County, North Carolina. The club also works to conserve secondary cavity nesting wild song birds protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. The meeting is free and open to the public. Chapel in Mordecai Historic Park, 1 Mimosa Street, Raleigh. 919-787-5248.
Chapel Hill Bird Club
Monthly meetings on the 4th Monday of Sept-May (except December). Weekly field trips Sept-Apr. Monthly newsletter “The Bulletin”. Annual Bird Counts – Christmas, spring, and fall bird counts. Annual dues. Held in Chapel Hill
New Hope Audubon
Monthly meetings at Totten Center in Chapel Hill. Focus on birds and conservation. Newsletter is free with your annual membership to National Audubon Society. September – May. Field trips offered monthly. Serves Durham, Chatham, and Orange Counties.
Wake Audubon Society
Meetings at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday of the months of Sept-May. Field trip at least once a month during those months. Held at the Museum of Natural Sciences, downtown Raleigh.