by Gregory Taylor
by Caroline Stahala
Audubon staff worked with Santa Rosa Mall to save imperiled Least Terns
New Gift Match Announced to Save Habitat
Exclusive State of the Everglades Report Included
A letter from Eric Draper to Audubon Members
Audubon Scientists Call for Public’s Help After Huge Losses to Rare Beach-Nesting Birds
Audubon's Chris Farrell helps local college students learn about St. Augustine's amazing shorebirds
Tell Us: What Special Places Matter to You and Why
By Sydnee Peterman, Junior at Florida State University and Former Communications Intern
Audubon Florida works statewide to protect rare and sensitive bird habitat. In Northwest Florida, the Apalachicola River and Apalachicola Bay are some of the most diverse ecological waterways in the southern U.S.
Every part of Florida is suffering from water quality and water supply challenges. In most cases, government agencies have fallen short in keeping our water clean and protecting natural systems.
by Brad Cornell
Audubon Island Sanctuary is a unique treasure among Florida’s private nature preserves. Your contribution will help restore this special place for nature lovers and families.
Your generous gift will be put to work saving Florida’s special places and giving wildlife and water the voice of conservation.
Audubon Florida brings people together to appreciate, enjoy, and protect birds and nature. Join now and your $20 membership fee will directly support our conservation efforts throughout Florida.
Florida's birds and wildlife need your time and energy. Learn how you can become a citizen scientist or a volunteer at one of our nature centers today.