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Renee Wilson

Communications Associate

Articles by Renee Wilson

Fall Updates from Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
Conservation

Fall Updates from Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

— Ghost orchids, new amphitheater, donor dollars at work!
Baby Season Underway at the Center for Birds of Prey
Chapters & Centers

Baby Season Underway at the Center for Birds of Prey

— At the end of May, 27 baby raptors have already been returned to their nests.
Nesting Season for Southwest Florida Coastal Birds is Underway
Coastal Conservation

Nesting Season for Southwest Florida Coastal Birds is Underway

— Boaters and beachgoers are urged to give space to nesting birds along area beaches.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Eastern Panhandle!
Coastal Conservation

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Eastern Panhandle!

— ~Giving birds their space is even more important after recent spring tides overwashed nesting beaches in many Panhandle locations.~
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Western Panhandle!
Coastal Conservation

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Western Panhandle!

— While a few chicks have fledged already, many birds are just getting started.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds on Bay Area Beaches and Rooftops
Coastal Conservation

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds on Bay Area Beaches and Rooftops

— ~Shorebirds are extremely vulnerable to disturbance in the spring and summer breeding season~
Birding for a Cause: Birdathon Encourages Exploration of Florida’s Unique Environments
Conservation

Birding for a Cause: Birdathon Encourages Exploration of Florida’s Unique Environments

— the experience was beautiful, the birding was good, and the event concluded with the feeling of being grateful for the conservation lands in our region that support these amazing species.
Audubon Florida’s Kelly Cox Named Everglades Coalition Co-chair
Press Center

Audubon Florida’s Kelly Cox Named Everglades Coalition Co-chair

— The vote took place at the April quarterly meeting.
Raptors Tell Us That Everglades Restoration is Working
Everglades

Raptors Tell Us That Everglades Restoration is Working

— Healthy land and water resources support people, too.