Audubon Staff

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Everglades Science Center Team Conducts Baby Spoonbill Surveys
News

Everglades Science Center Team Conducts Baby Spoonbill Surveys

— The winter season means Roseate Spoonbill and wading bird surveys to the Audubon Everglades Science team.
Legislature May Pull the Plug on M-CORES
News

Legislature May Pull the Plug on M-CORES

— Extending or eliminating arbitrary deadlines will allow DOT to reprogram some of the proposal’s extraordinary funding to transportation projects with demonstrated need and feasibility.
2021 Florida Legislature Session Preview
News

2021 Florida Legislature Session Preview

— The 2021 session brings new leadership to the Florida House and Senate, with the promise of new partnerships, new legislation, and new opportunities for conservation.
The Data Is In! Now It’s Time to Improve Water Quality in the Guana River System
Coastal Conservation

The Data Is In! Now It’s Time to Improve Water Quality in the Guana River System

— Water issues in our state not only affect the flora and fauna we love, but our own communities as well.
Winter Monitoring Protects Vulnerable Species and Enhances our Understanding of Conservation Areas
Coastal Conservation

Winter Monitoring Protects Vulnerable Species and Enhances our Understanding of Conservation Areas

— Using wintering bird data, Audubon has successfully worked with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to expand Critical Wildlife Areas for wintering birds and encourage beach communities to reduce the amount of disturbance wintering birds encounter.
Audubon Florida Earns Major Gulf Restoration Grant
Coastal Conservation

Audubon Florida Earns Major Gulf Restoration Grant

— The grant funds coastal conservation work into 2024.
Fish Sampling Provides Critical Data for Florida Bay
Everglades

Fish Sampling Provides Critical Data for Florida Bay

— Long-term monitoring efforts at ESC track the changing trends in fish community dynamics over time.
Everglades Science Center Sheds Light on Water, Fish, and Spoonbill Fluctuations
Chapters & Centers

Everglades Science Center Sheds Light on Water, Fish, and Spoonbill Fluctuations

— The semi-annual State of the Slough showcases how restoration projects affect South Florida ecosystems.