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Webinars Around Audubon Florida

Find a variety of Florida-centric topics covered in these webinars presented by or featuring Audubon Florida staff
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About Us

Webinars Around Audubon Florida

Find a variety of Florida-centric topics covered in these webinars presented by or featuring Audubon Florida staff

Center for Birds of Prey Back-to-School Bird Bash

Back-to-School Bird Bash.

On August 25, the Center hosted a virtual preview of the August 27 onsite event. With live birds, fun games, and prizes, this event is fun for the entire family. Watch the video on Facebook.


Meet Florida's First Class of Climate Entrepreneurs

On July 26, 2022, Audubon Florida hosted a conversation with a suite of entrepreneurs building a resilient, economically strong future for Floridians. Audubon Florida’s Executive Director Julie Wraithmell held the very first Climate Entrepreneurship panel with Syd Kitson, Dr. Sastry Pamidi, Thomas Brown, and Husein Cumber. The four innovators showcased their part in building a new climate economy and answered many questions from our audience members.

Latino Conservation Week 2022: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra

Jul 22, 2022 Arte y Naturaleza - Rafael Galvez Las representaciones del mundo natural y las aves a través del arte tienen el poder de evocar mensajes que la ciencia tiene dificultad para expresar por sí misma. Cuando el arte y la indagación científica se encuentran, reflejan nuestros roles como guardianes del medio ambiente, exponiendo nuestras parcialidades culturales hacia la naturaleza, otorgándonos nuevas oportunidades para apreciar y celebrar el mundo viviente y silvestre.

Latino Conservation Week 2022

Latino Conservation Week: A Conversation in Florida

On July 19, 2022, Audubon Florida's Rosa Rivera moderated a panel discussion entitled "A Conversation in Florida" with Melissa Murillo of the Peregrine Fund, Rafael J. Araujo of the University of Miami's Department of Marine Biology and Ecology, and Elizabeth Lago of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The discussion focused on spark birds, flight paths, and thoughts for the future.


Birdability: Because Birding is for Every Body!

Birdability webinar.

Birding is an activity that can bring so much joy and empowerment, but not everybody is able to go birding easily. We focus on people with mobility challenges, blindness or low vision, chronic illness, intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental illness, and those who are neurodivergent, deaf or hard of hearing, or who have other health concerns. In addition to current birders, we strive to introduce birding to people with disabilities and other health concerns who are not yet birders so they too can experience the joys of birding. Learn about why this should matter to you (even if you don't have an accessibility challenge), ways to be a more welcoming and inclusive birder, the Birdability Map (and how to submit a Birdability Site Review), and our resources for birders (and potential future birders) with accessibility challenges. Audubon Florida hosted this webinar on April 12, 2022. Learn more:


Center for Birds of Prey's Wind Beneath Our Wings
Raptor Happy Hour - March 11, 2022

Raptor Happy Hour

We had a great time with Raptor Happy Hour as guests enjoyed a cocktail or mocktail while we tested their knowledge on raptors! A few lucky folks got to play Let’s Make a Deal, where they competed for the title of Reining Raptor Champion and won prizes in Raptor Trivia! Fun was had by all with games and a visit from feathered guests.

Center for Birds of Prey's Wind Beneath Our Wings
Raptor ER - March 10, 2022

Raptor ER

Take a peek inside our Raptor Trauma Clinic, where we care for Florida’s top avian predators. With 42 years of experience in birds of prey rehabilitation, we have lots of knowledge to share about what it takes to help them back to the wild. Learn about our patients' common injuries and the special skills our technicians must have to work in this specialized emergency room. Learn more at

Center for Birds of Prey Baby Owl Shower
May 8, 2021

Babies are arriving! Each year Audubon Center for Birds of Prey hosts a Baby Owl Shower to celebrate baby season at the Center, Mother’s Day and spring. Baby season is our busiest season for bird care, where costs drastically increase due to the many patients we see in May (over 100 babies!).

Audubon hosted a virtual Baby Owl Shower event on Zoom and FB live on May 8. Participants were able to learn about baby season at the Center, virtually visit with Bird ambassadors, play games and view behind-the-scenes activities. 

Audubon Florida's EagleWatch Program
Nov. 18, 2020

Join Audubon Florida EagleWatch Program Manager Shawnlei Breeding as she highlights Florida’s population of Bald Eagles, their adaptations for life in urban areas, and the role that community science plays in tracking and protecting Bald Eagles in Florida. Learn more about the program here.


A Presentation by Doug Tallamy
Sept. 22, 2020

Doug Tallamy's presentation, "A Guide to the Little Things that Run the World," was sponsored by Venice Area Audubon Society and Audubon's Plants for Birds Program.


Center for Birds of Prey Back-to-School Bird Bash

Sept. 2, 2020

Whether you're returning to school in person, virtually, or homeschooling (or maybe you graduated years ago), you're sure to enjoy the Bird Bash!

Birds as Connections Panel Discussion

July 24, 2020

In this webinar, hear a panel discussion with Latinx members of the Audubon Florida network in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. Birds as Connection is a broad conversation about how birds unite people of diverse backgrounds and interests.

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