Eagle Eyes on the Environment is a behind the scenes look into rehabilitation at Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. This project encompasses and links both the rehabilitation of Bald Eagles with Education and outreach programs. Eagle Eyes has three primary components: E-technology, environmental education and engagement.
Audubon's Boots on the Ground Campaign for Conservation
The time has come to get your boots on for conservation! For this limited-time webathon, we are asking for your help in 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.
Audubon Magazine: Roseate Spoonbills Send Warning Signs About the Florida Everglades
While populations farther north in Florida along the Gulf Coast and elsewhere are stable, even growing in some places, spoonbill numbers are sinking here in the broad estuary sandwiched between the Everglades, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Keys.
Save-the-Date for Audubon Assembly - October 25-26, 2013
Mark your calendars! Our staff is hard at work preparing this year's programs and events at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor (Tampa Bay Area). Please stay tuned in the coming months for additional information, including registration material, Assembly theme announcement, field trip details, prices, and guest speakers. Don't miss what is sure to be the best Assembly yet! See you in October!
Audubon Florida organizes its state policy and regional conservation plans to express both our policy agenda and to give members, chapter leaders, board members, staff and the public summary statements of our policy priorities and conservation goals in the form of short resolutions that are approved at the fall Audubon Assembly and subsequently by the Audubon Board.