Audubon’s members are not only our heart - but also our eyes and ears! Our organization offers many opportunities for people like you to engage with conservation in Florida, either as a community scientist, as a volunteer at one of our popular nature centers, or with a campus chapter!
Community scientists, stewards, and volunteers contribute their knowledge and skills to helping Audubon reach our conservation goals. Giving your time to protecting Florida is more than just going birdwatching, and is not always glamorous; in fact, it often means making observations at times and locations that might not be as appealing as your usual birding activities. However, many people find great satisfaction in knowing their efforts are making a difference for birds in Florida. For example, community scientists allow Audubon staff to collect data on larger geographic and time scales than would otherwise be possible. This leads to policies that help birds and the environment.
Click the project links below to learn more about how you can get involved in the conservation of Florida's birds and wildlife.
Dedicated to protecting Florida Scrub-Jays, our state's only endemic bird species.
With over 1400 nesting pairs, Florida has one of the largest population of Bald Eagles in the United States.
Florida's beaches and shores are vital to many different bird species throughout the year. And they need your help.
Make sure the local government response to sea level rise helps Florida's coastal wildlife.
Make a difference at our nature center and sanctuary in the Western Everglades.
Help protect raptors at our remarkable rehab facility and nature center near Orlando.
Audubon Florida's unique co-mentoring program engages college students and chapter leaders
There are many ways to get involved in protecting Florida for birds and wildlife.
Audubon Florida consists of 44 local chapters and numerous nature centers and sanctuaries, including the world-famous Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and Audubon Center for Birds of Prey.
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Donating monthly is flexible, easy and convenient and makes you a champion birds can count on, no matter the season.
Florida's birds and wildlife need your time and energy. Learn how you can become a citizen scientist or a volunteer at one of our nature centers today.