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Find recordings of educational webinars hosted by Audubon Florida.
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About Us

Educational Webinars

Find recordings of educational webinars hosted by Audubon Florida.

Florida's Rooftop Nesting Colonies

July 7, 2020

Join Audubon Florida biologists Jeff Leichty and Rebekah Snyder for this webinar about the unique ecology and nesting strategies of sea and shorebirds nesting on gravel rooftops across Florida.

Florida Scrub-Jay Advanced Training, with Marianne Korosy, Ph.D.

June 10, 2020

The advanced Jay Watch training focuses on Florida Scrub-Jay behavior and improving observation and data recording skills.

Florida Scrub-Jay Survey Protocol, with Marianne Korosy, Ph.D.

June 5, 2020

In this webinar, Dr. Korosy provides basic training on Scrub-Jay survey protocol for Jay Watch community scientists.

Florida Scrub-Jay Ecology, with Marianne Korosy, Ph.D.

June 3, 2020

Learn about the ecology of the Florida Scrub-Jay, Florida's only endemic bird species.

Everglades 101, with Paul Gray, Ph.D.

April 17, 2020

Dive into the past, present, and future of this critical system and its connection to the greater Everglades ecosystem.

Coastal Bird Nesting Biology and Conservation on Navarre Beach, with Caroline Stahala, Ph.D.

April 28, 2020

Learn about the amazing birds that call the Florida Panhandle home.

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Protecting Birds on the Gulf Coast: Ten Years After Deepwater Horizon

April 20, 2020

Learn about coastal bird species and how they have fared in the ten years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster. In this webinar, Audubon Florida's Holley Short, Project Manager, Bird Monitoring & Stewardship, joined National Audubon Society coastal staff from around the Gulf. 

Audubon Coastal Habitat Enhancement: For the Birds

May 8, 2020

Audubon Florida's Director of Bird Conservation shares details about coastal habitat enhancement efforts in Florida in this webinar.


State of the Everglades

May 11, 2020

Everglades Science Center's Jerry Lorenz, Ph.D. and Director of Everglades Policy Celeste De Palma share the State of the Everglades.

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