Founded in 1983 by community residents who understand the need to protect rare and vulnerable habitats, the BHI Conservancy has becomea leader in barrier island conservation, preservation and education. Read our story.
Happy is not longer just hatchling! She is growing strong and healthy as more bubbles are added! She says " I can't wait to reach our goal of $95,000!"
Annual Fund For The Environment:
Your year-end gift can help "to preserve the gift this island is to all who live or visit here." -Brooke Williams
2014 Sea Turtle Nest Count:
Bald Head Island Nests: 33 Hatched: 33
Click here for the Summer 2015 Internship description and application process.
Our Next 5K Family Fun Run will start at 9:30am on Tuesday, December 30th. (Registration begins at 8:30am)
Click here to join us for the next trot. We cannot wait to see you there!
Our program menu has expanded to include dissections, specialty workshops, and movie screenings, or come back for perrenial favorites like Touch Tank Time, and Bald Head After Dark. Click here for an electronic version of our Winter 2014 program card.
'Tis the SEAson
During the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it’s easy to overlook the true meaning of the season and even harder to remember that giving is better than recieving. So we invite you to celebrate the island you love by making a tax-deductible charitable gift to the BHI Conservancy.
Your holiday gift will make a real and meaningful difference preserving the natural beauty of Bald Head Island, impacting coastal communities and providing hands-on environmental education opportunities for all ages.
THANK YOU in advance for remembering the BHI Conservancy — and your favorite island— this holiday season!
See today's programs and what's happening this month!
Programs & Camps!
Information about how you and your family can get involved!
Please report deer sightings here!
BHI Conservancy is an independent, nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) organization. We are able to continue our work through the generosity and commitment of our many members, volunteers and supporters. Your support is necessary to fulfilling our mission of barrier island conservation, education and preservation.