Audubon Florida’s Panhandle Rooftop Coordinator works directly with the gravel-roofed building owners to make rooftop nesting as safe and successful as possible.
Birders provide important information for resource management and conservation planning
A coded band reveals a fascinating migration story
Florida Power & Light expands solar energy, reducing carbon emissions and water waste.
An Op-Ed Submitted to the Miami-Herald by Jud Laird, Chair of Florida Audubon Society's Board of Directors
The bill does not end discharges from Lake Okeechobee to coastal estuaries, does not provide water for Florida Bay and instead, promotes potential failure of the Herbert Hoover Dike.
Senator Rob Bradley (R-Orange Park) has shown true leadership for Florida's coastal communities and the Everglades by filing Senate Bill 10 today.
Today, Sen. Dana Young (R-Tampa) took bold action by introducing legislation (Senate Bill 442) to ban fracking in Florida.
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.
Last month, a group of eight-year-old students got the experience of a lifetime...
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