Each year, Audubon members come together at the Audubon Assembly to approve our annual conservation agenda. Our conservation priorities are expressed in twelve state and regional resolutions. The conservation priorities are approved by the Audubon Florida Board of Directors and guide our positions and work.
On May 14, the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey released their 500th rehabilitated Bald Eagle. But our work is not over yet. Development threatens eagle habitat across Florida. Dr. Ann Harwood-Nuss wants your help.
A new report from the South Florida Water Management District shows that wading bird nesting in the Everglades was 28% lower than last year. Audubon Florida scientists are using this information to highlight the urgency of restoration projects.