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Riders on the Storm
Coastal Conservation

Hurricane Irma bird survival stories

Two Piping Plover and one American Oystercatcher survival stories following Hurricane Irma

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Where's Wilson?
Coastal Conservation

The early life of a uniquely banded Wilson's Plover

by Anne Mauro, Audubon Florida Panhandle Research Technician

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News & Updates

Protecting Birds is as Easy as Asking the Right Questions
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Protecting Birds is as Easy as Asking the Right Questions

Audubon volunteer, Jenny Welch, discusses how she learned to work with developers, businesses, and schools to benefit birds and people.

A Community Comes Together for Seabirds Nesting on the Navarre Causeway
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A Community Comes Together for Seabirds Nesting on the Navarre Causeway

Across the state at many important nesting sites, Audubon biologists and volunteers steward rare coastal birds and work to protect them from harm.

STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Senator Bradley for Leadership in Land Conservation
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STATEMENT: Audubon Commends Senator Bradley for Leadership in Land Conservation

— Sen. Bradley Files Bill to Protect Natural Florida and Fund Florida Forever
Senator Bradley Files Legislation to Increase Funding for Florida Forever
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Senator Bradley Files Legislation to Increase Funding for Florida Forever

“Floridians are blessed with some of the most unique ecosystems in the world, from springs to the Everglades to coral reefs to world class beaches and rivers,” said Senator Bradley. “As our population continues to explode, we have an obligation to preserve these unique ecosystems for our children and grandchildren. The Florida Forever program helps us fulfill this obligation.”

Support Audubon Through Required IRA Deductions
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Support Audubon Through Required IRA Deductions

If you are 70½ or older, you can make a tax-free distribution from your traditional IRA to Audubon Florida.

Riders on the Storm
Coastal Conservation

Hurricane Irma bird survival stories

Two Piping Plover and one American Oystercatcher survival stories following Hurricane Irma

BREAKING: County Officials Approve Critical Land Conservation Deal
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BREAKING: County Officials Approve Critical Land Conservation Deal

Lee County approves purchase of Edison Farms, a 4,000-acre parcel of critical bird and wildlife habitat.

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