Audubon will continue advocating for America’s Everglades
Two Piping Plover and one American Oystercatcher survival stories following Hurricane Irma
by Anne Mauro, Audubon Florida Panhandle Research Technician
Read more on the latest on conservation in Florida in this edition of the Audubon Advocate.
North Florida Teen Understands Connection Between Birds and Conservation
New Agreement Will Preserve Popular Florida Refuge
State lawmakers were back in Tallahassee this week to prepare for the 2018 legislative session for their second committee week. Get the scoop on what happened this week in Tallahassee.
What lessons did Irma teach us about the Everglades and restoration?
By: Dr. Paul Gray - October 24, 2017. As the full impacts of Hurricane Irma on Florida’s natural ecosystems become known, it is clear that some of the most destructive effects will be on Lake Okeechobee.
2,525 acres of critical wetland habitat saved from development
Audubon FL announces legislative priorities.
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