Audubon Staff

Articles by Audubon Staff

Banded Terns Move Across Florida During Fall Migration
Coastal Conservation

Banded Terns Move Across Florida During Fall Migration

— Banded terns teach us about survival, side fidelity, and so much more.
A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Rochelle Streker Boats to Barrier Islands
Coastal Conservation

A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Rochelle Streker Boats to Barrier Islands

— by Rochelle Streker, Audubon's Southwest Florida Shorebird Manager.
Banded Brown Pelican Moves from Alabama to Florida
Coastal Conservation

Banded Pelican Moves from Louisiana to Florida

— Banded in 2018, Audubon staff re-sighted the pelican on Egmont Key in May of 2021.
Lanark Reef Boasts One of the Most Important Sea and Shorebird Colonies in the Country
Coastal Conservation

Lanark Reef Boasts One of the Most Important Sea and Shorebird Colonies in the Country

— by Michael Ferrara, Carrabelle Shorebird Biologist
A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Kylie Wilson Discusses Sea and Shorebird Breeding on Lido Key
Coastal Conservation

A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Kylie Wilson Discusses Sea and Shorebird Breeding on Lido Key

— Kylie Wilson, Shorebird Coordinator for Audubon Florida, has had a busy summer breeding season monitoring sea and shorebirds. From hurricanes to fireworks, banded chicks to moving colonies, we sat down with Kylie to learn more about her experience as a bird biologist.
Audubon Partners with Port Tampa Bay to Protect New Nesting Sites
Coastal Conservation

Audubon Partners with Port Tampa Bay to Protect New Nesting Sites

— Every rookery counts, as a constellation of nesting sites is needed for the health of the colonies
Kissimmee River Project - Largest Restoration Initiative of its Kind - Complete After Nearly 30 Years
Everglades

Kissimmee River Project - Largest Restoration Initiative of its Kind - Complete After Nearly 30 Years

— Audubon celebrates this critical milestone for Everglades restoration.