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The National Audubon Society's first â€œThe State of Birdsâ€ report indicates some disturbing trends for birds across the country, including several species in North Carolina. The report concentrates on 654 birds species in five major types of habitats. In North Carolina several species have declined sine 1966. These include the painted bunting, which has lost half its population; the Eastern meadowlark, down 66 percent; and Henslow's sparrow, down 90 percent.