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“King” Tides and Holiday Crowds Pose Double Threat Beach-nesting Birds This Weekend

“King” Tides and Holiday Crowds Pose Double Threat Beach-nesting Birds This Weekend

— Beachgoers and boaters can help protect rare baby birds and eggs
STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Selection of Noah Valenstein as new Florida DEP Secretary

STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Selection of Noah Valenstein as new Florida DEP Secretary

— TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (May 23, 2017) – Responding to the Governor and Cabinet’s approval today of Noah Valenstein as Secretary of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)...
STATEMENT: Everglades Bill Goes to the Governor

STATEMENT: Everglades Bill Goes to the Governor

— The Legislature answered the call of Everglades and estuary advocates by passing Senate Bill 10 today.
STATEMENT: Audubon Encouraged by Gov. Scott's Support for Reservoir South of Lake Okeechobee

STATEMENT: Audubon Encouraged by Gov. Scott's Support for Reservoir South of Lake Okeechobee

— Audubon is encouraged by Governor Rick Scott’s call for funding Herbert Hoover Dike repairs and support for the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) Reservoir.
Audubon Congratulates Senators Bradley and Negron for Everglades Bill

Audubon Congratulates Senators Bradley and Negron for Everglades Bill

— The Florida Senate today passed Senate Bill 10, a bill that will reduce harmful discharges to coastal estuaries while sending more freshwater to Florida Bay and the Everglades...
SB 10 Amendment Will Reduce Estuary Discharges and Increase Freshwater Flows to Florida Bay

SB 10 Amendment Will Reduce Discharges to Estuary and Increase Freshwater to Florida Bay

— An amendment to SB 10 filed today allows the use of state-owned lands for an Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) reservoir...
Audubon Introduces 'Audubon Islands Sanctuary' Restoration Project to Palm Beach Community

Audubon Introduces 'Audubon Islands Sanctuary' Restoration Project to Palm Beach Community

— On Friday, March 10, Audubon Florida launched their first event in Palm Beach to introduce the restoration of the Audubon Islands Sanctuary.
Audubon Thanks U.S. Reps Curbelo, Mast, and Ros-Lehtinen for Co-Sponsoring Federal Climate Resolution

Audubon Thanks U.S. Reps Curbelo, Mast, and Ros-Lehtinen for Co-Sponsoring Federal Climate Resolution

— Solutions from both sides of the aisle are needed to address changing climate
Bass Pro Donation Enhances Audubon’s Everglades Ecosystem Research

Bass Pro Donation Enhances Audubon’s Everglades Ecosystem Research

— TAVERNIER, Fla. (March 10, 2017) – Audubon’s Everglades Science Center at Tavernier thanks Bass Pro Shops and World Wide Sportsman in Islamorada, Florida for its donation of a MAKO® 19 CPX- a boat perfectly outfitted to navigate Florida Bay.
Annual Wading Bird Report Shows Steep Nesting Decline

Annual Wading Bird Report Shows Steep Nesting Decline

— South Florida Wading Bird Report documents lowest nesting count since 2008