Founded in 1983 by community residents who understand the need to protect rare and vulnerable habitats, the BHI Conservancy has become a leader in barrier island conservation, preservation and education. Read our story.

2014 Sea Turtle Nest Count:

Bald Head Island Nests: 30      Hatched: 0

East Beach/Fort Fisher Nests: 3       Hatched: 0

 Currents:

Our Next 5K Turtle Trot Family Fun Run will start at 9:30am on Wednesday, July 30th. (Registration begins at 8:30am)
          Click here to join us for the next trot.  We cannot wait to see you there!



Nesting Shorebirds on BHI Beaches- if you find eggs on the beach, please leave them in place. 
          Click here for more information.

Alligators have been sighted out of their ponds.
          Click here to find out more about alligator safety.

Register Now for 2014 Summer Education Programs!
          Our program menu has expanded to include dissections, specialty workshops, movie screenings, and overnight camp or come back for perrenial favorites like Touch Tank Time, Turtle Walks, and Bald Head After Dark.

Learn more about our hands-on summer camp curriculum, early camp drop off, and camp kayaking schedules.
          Call us at (910) 338-0911 with questions!

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See what's going on at the BHI Conservancy
 
Children's Camps
Programs & Camps!
Information about how you and your family can get involved!
 

Click Here if you have seen deer on Bald head Island!

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.
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