Audubon Staff

Articles by Audubon Staff

A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Nesting Begins in the Eastern Panhandle
Coastal Conservation

A Season in the Life of a Bird Biologist: Nesting Begins in the Eastern Panhandle

— by Michael Ferrara, Carrabelle Shorebird Biologist.
Volunteer Contributes Unique Art for Coastal Program Education Efforts
Coastal Conservation

Volunteer Contributes Unique Art for Coastal Program Education Efforts

— By Ricky Cassell, the Panhandle Stewardship Coordinator for Audubon Florida.
2021 Everglades Restoration: A Snapshot of Projects and Funding
News

2021 Everglades Restoration: A Snapshot of Projects and Funding

— New map showcases progress in the restoration of the River of Grass.
Tampa Bay Area Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Underway
Climate

Tampa Bay Area Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Underway

— Audubon partners include ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, the Tampa Bay Regional Resilience Cohort, and the University of South Florida.
An Unprecedented Investment in Everglades Restoration and a Giant Step Forward in Climate Resiliency
Everglades

An Unprecedented Investment in Everglades Restoration and a Giant Step Forward in Climate Resiliency

— 11 million Floridians to benefit through the Biden Administration's infrastructure bill.
Seminole County Joins the East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative
Climate

Seminole County Joins the East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative

— by Halle Goldstein, Conservation Organizer.
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey Admits 765 Raptors in 2021
Chapters & Centers

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey Admits 784 Raptors in 2021

— The CBOP team released 223 raptors back into the wild.
Spotted! Interesting Piping Plover Lineage at Outback Key
Coastal Conservation

Spotted! Interesting Piping Plover Lineage at Outback Key

— Coastal team member Kara Cook reflects on one of her favorite Fall 2021 sightings.
Audubon Uses Chick Shelters to Give Beach Birds a Break
Coastal Conservation

Audubon Uses Chick Shelters to Give Beach Birds a Break

— To give the birds some relief, Audubon Florida staff and volunteers employ chick shelters at nesting sites on the sand and on gravel rooftops.