This year’s record-breaking wet season coupled with significant rainfall from Hurricane Irma created extremely high water levels in the Central Everglades.
Friends, sometimes, new challenges can provide the best opportunity for insight. As Hurricane Irma—the most powerful storm to hit the state in more than a decade—approached South Florida, our concerns were far-reaching...
Through the Initiative, students from throughout the Sunshine State learn about Audubon’s work to protect, conserve, and restore the places that make Florida special.
2017 was a great year thanks to Auduboners! Thank you to our supporters and volunteers who give so generously to Audubon.
Hundreds of Audubon members gathered at the 2017 Audubon Assembly to set Audubon Florida’s 2018 Conservation Action Agenda. Twelve resolutions – seven regional and five statewide – provide guidance on priority issues and conservation efforts for members, chapter leaders, board directors, staff, and the community.