Fins and Feathers: Why little fish are a big deal to Florida's coastal waterbirds
Already pressured by a steady loss of habitat, many of Florida's imperiled and iconic coastal waterbirds are vulnerable to declines in small fish that are necessary for their survival, according to a report by Audubon Florida and The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Did you just watch one of Audubon's new Coastal Conservation videos? Click read more to learn more about how to support Audubon's Coastal Conservation efforts, including how you can become a Bird Steward. Volunteers and supporters are needed to help protect Florida's fragile coastal ecosystems.
Crisis in the Indian River Lagoon: Solutions for an Imperiled Ecosystem
There is an ecological crisis in Indian River Lagoon. Large quantities of water with high levels of nutrient pollution from Lake Okeechobee and the St. Lucie Basin are being discharged to tide, leading to toxic algae blooms in the Lagoon’s waters. Click here to learn more about Audubon's recommendations to protect our southern estuaries.
The time has come to get your boots on for conservation! Help take Florida's Citizen Science and Volunteer efforts to the next level by supporting 7 critical grassroots conservation areas located across our remarkable state. Choose the programs that are most important to you, learn more about what the goals are, and then support the effort by making a generous contribution and/or volunteering to help.