Survival By Degrees: 389 Bird Species On the Brink

A new Audubon climate report showcases which species we can save with decisive action

American Redstart. Photo: Tom Warren.

The Voice of Conservation in Florida

For more than a century Audubon has encouraged people to take care of the places that make Florida special. Using science to guide our priorities and birdlife to measure ecosystem health, Audubon advocates for the protection of land, water, and wildlife. Audubon is Florida’s most influential conservation organization and conducts extensive work to protect the Everglades and coastal bird habitats. We manage sanctuaries covering thousands of acres along with two popular nature centers. Audubon promotes stewardship and appreciation of public land and water so people experience and cherish Florida’s natural beauty and wildlife.

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Audubon Assembly Participants Visit FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center
Audubon Assembly

Audubon Assembly Participants Visit FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center

Assembly visitors gathered early to see a working, large-scale solar site, while also tallying the types of wildlife that live in harmony with these clean energy centers.

U.S. Rep. Castor & Audubon Florida Sound Alarm on the Climate Crisis’ Impact on North American Birds
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U.S. Rep. Castor & Audubon Florida Sound Alarm on the Climate Crisis’ Impact on North American Birds

Rising temperatures put 389 North American bird species on the brink of extinction.

Volunteers Give Eaglet a Second Chance at Life
Audubon Center For Birds Of Prey

Volunteers Give Eaglet a Second Chance at Life

Looking back at one of the best successes of the 2018-2019 EagleWatch season.

Where Do Bald Eagles Nest and Why?
Audubon Center For Birds Of Prey

Where Do Bald Eagles Nest and Why?

Ongoing auxiliary banding study will shed light on nest choice.

Monitoring Bald Eagles: The Key to Protection
Audubon Center For Birds Of Prey

Monitoring Bald Eagles: The Key to Protection

From new parks to algal blooms, the EagleWatch program keeps an eye on our most iconic raptors.

Conservation Leaders Recognized at 2019 Audubon Assembly in Gainesville
Audubon Assembly

Audubon Assembly Awards

Conservation Leaders Recognized at 2019 Audubon Assembly in Gainesville.

Hawks Steal Fish From Snakes, But Why?
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Hawks Steal Fish From Snakes, But Why?

Volunteer photographer R.J. Wiley captures a stunning moment in a South Florida food web.

Audubon Florida and South Florida Breweries Launch the Everglades Brewers Council
Everglades

Audubon Florida and South Florida Breweries Launch the Everglades Brewers Council

Audubon Florida and a coalition of South Florida breweries have teamed up to launch the Everglades Brewers Council. Our members are driven by a united goal: to protect South Florida’s water and amplify regional resilience by promoting Everglades restoration and other vital conservation policies.

Red Knots Return to Outback Key after Devastating Red Tide Bloom in 2018
Coastal Conservation

Red Knots Return to Outback Key after Devastating Red Tide Bloom in 2018

Red Knots are returning to beaches once ravaged by a harmful algal bloom. Will red tide hurt their populations again this year?

Red Tide Wreaks Havoc along Marco Island, Naples, and Ft. Myers
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Red Tide Wreaks Havoc along Marco Island, Naples, and Ft. Myers

A new algal bloom has killed fish, birds, sea turtles, and more.