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Reflecting on Audubon's Virtual Assembly

Reflecting on Audubon's Virtual Assembly

— Thoughts from a 2020-2021 Conservation Leadership Initiative student.
Audubon Celebrates M-CORES Task Force Recommendations to Protect Rural Florida and Taxpayers

Audubon Celebrates M-CORES Task Force Recommendations to Protect Rural Florida and Taxpayers

— “This is public process working as it should, with stakeholder involvement and evaluation of need and cost to taxpayers driving decisions,” said Julie Wraithmell, Executive Director of Audubon Florida. “Thank you to Charles, Paul, and all the other appointed task force members for their service in this work.”
Audubon Science Explains Why Roseate Spoonbills Didn't Share Same Successes as Other Wading Birds

Audubon Science Explains Why Roseate Spoonbills Didn't Share Same Successes as Other Wading Birds

— 2018 will go down in the record books as one of the greatest years for wading bird nesting efforts in recent memory. However, one of Audubon’s indicator species exhibited disappointing nesting efforts by comparison.
The Tricolored Heron Has More Than Three Colors

The Tricolored Heron has more than three colors

— “Multicolored Heron” might be a more accurate name for this small wading bird, formerly known as the Louisiana Heron.
Audubon Florida Praises Gov. DeSantis’ Environmental Budget Recommendations for Water

Audubon Florida Praises Gov. DeSantis’ Environmental Budget Recommendations

— In response to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ environmental budget recommendations announced today, Audubon Florida Executive Director Julie Wraithmell expressed optimism and said the following
The Places that Inspire Floridians

The Places that Inspire Floridians

— An important means of building resiliency in Florida is to protect the wildlands that recharge our drinking water, provide habitat for our wildlife, and support our quality of life.
Land Conservation is the Best Way to Preserve Florida’s Water Resources

Land Conservation is the Best Way to Preserve Florida’s Water Resources

— By Pam Meharg, Conservation Chair, Seminole Audubon Society