Johnson manages the natural and cultural resource and research programs for the five national park units on the North Carolina coast.
Supporters can symbolically adopt a sea turtle nest this nesting season at Cape Hatteras National Seashore for a donation of $100.
Croatan National Forest is hosting a Kid’s Fishing Day 9 a.m. June 12 to celebrate National Fish and Boating week at the Cedar Swamp Pond Area near Newport.
Cape Hatteras Seashore rangers advise visitors to check the rip current risks and conditions before heading to the beach.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore rangers and Dare County Sheriff’s office are asking anyone with information on a recent alleged kidnapping near Bodie Island Light Station to come forward.
The First Flight Foundation has commissioned a full-scale reproduction of the Wright 1908 aircraft for display at the North Carolina Museum of History.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore has a plan to manage beach nourishment, dune rebuilding, habitat restoration and emergency breach fill, with conditions.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore is offering several ways to visit Bodie Island, Cape Hatteras and Ocracoke lighthouses.
An education and tourism initiative launching this summer tells the story of the Wright brothers from Dayton, Ohio, to Kitty Hawk.
Moores Creek National Battlefield in Pender County has received a replica of “Mother Covington’s Daughter,” a cannon in the story of the 1776 Battle of Moores Creek Bridge.
Officials rolled out Tuesday a pilot program at the Wright Brothers National Memorial featuring the first self-driving shuttle to be tested at a national park.
A new webcam is now at the top of Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the first of three to be installed at each of the national parks on the Outer Banks.
Parks, nature and history reflect the state’s diversity and encourage getting outside, says Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Reid Wilson.
Musket demonstrations and other activities are planned for Moores Creek National Battlefield’s Junior Ranger Day April 24.
The state is accepting applications to serve on local advisory committees that offer guidance and feedback on how to manage the 10 coastal reserve sites.
Various North Carolina Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve local advisory committees have meetings set for April.