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Pine Island Audubon

Preserving the Past, Managing the Present, Improving the Future

Tucked away on a small road, the Donal C. O'Brien, Jr. Sanctuary in Corolla is one

of the last pieces of untouched property on the northern Outer Banks, preserving

2,600 acres of marsh, upland maritime forest and sandy beaches, as well as

the historical character of the place. The Sanctuary remains  largely free

from development, so birds and wildlife can continue to have a safe place to thrive

free from human disturbance.A 60 acres education campus, surrounding a historic

1913 hunt club hosts researchers,adult education participants, and conservation

leaders striving to ensure a brighter future for birds and other wildlife.

The public also enjoys the property through Kayak tours,public programs

and a 2.5 mile nature trail.

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