The semi-annual State of the Slough showcases how restoration projects affect South Florida ecosystems.
by Kara Cook, Rooftop Biologist for Audubon Florida.
Annual awards feature Florida's leading conservationists.
Audubon partners include ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, the Tampa Bay Regional Resilience Cohort, and the University of South Florida.
11 million Floridians to benefit through the Biden Administration's infrastructure bill.
by Halle Goldstein, Conservation Organizer.
The CBOP team released 223 raptors back into the wild.
Coastal team member Kara Cook reflects on one of her favorite Fall 2021 sightings.
Audubon Florida’s Conservation Leadership Initiative (CLI) is an experiential learning program providing opportunities for undergraduate college students to immerse themselves in Audubon.
What was your favorite Florida sighting of 2021? For Communications Director Erika Zambello, it was an American Flamingo.
A brief look at the counts at Everglades Science Center and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
We reflect on strides forward for birds and the places they need.
M-CORES may have been repealed, but Senate Bill 100 left the door open for future turnpike extensions.
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