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Audubon Florida and Flamingo Working Group Call on Floridians for Flamingo Census

Audubon Florida and Flamingo Working Group Call on Floridians for Flamingo Census

— The census window runs from February 18-25 and will provide critical information on the American Flamingo population.
Connick, Captiva Nest Cam Eaglet Rehabbed at Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, Heads to Smithsonian National Zoo

Connick, Captiva Nest Cam Eaglet Rehabbed at Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, Heads to Smithsonian National Zoo

— Fans can expect to see Connick on exhibit in Washington, D.C. in 2024.
American Flamingo Released in Tampa Bay Will Shed Light on Flamingo Invasion

American Flamingo Released in Tampa Bay Will Shed Light on Flamingo Invasion

— Audubon Florida attaches transmitter to track its movements, fate.
Flamingos Arrive with Hurricane Idalia

Flamingos Arrive with Hurricane Idalia

— Small flocks and single flamingos have been seen up and down the Sunshine State this week.
Florida Keys' Record-high Water Temperatures Would Spell Disaster for Florida Bay Seagrasses Without Fresh Water Delivered Through Everglades Restoration

Florida Keys' Record-high Water Temperatures Would Spell Disaster for Florida Bay Seagrasses Without Fresh Water Delivered Through Everglades Restoration

— Audubon Florida's long-term monitoring shows the significance of this event and the saving grace of restoration projects already in place.
Audubon Florida Publishes Summer 2023 Edition of “The Naturalist” Magazine

Audubon Florida Publishes Summer 2023 Edition of “The Naturalist” Magazine

— The issue features topics from nearly every region of the state, from the Everglades to the Panhandle.
 Audubon Petitions the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to List the Wilson’s Plover as Threatened

Audubon Petitions the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to List the Wilson’s Plover as Threatened

— Declining shorebird needs additional protections; fewer than 1,000 are estimated to remain in Florida.
Florida’s Bald Eagles Rebounded After Hurricane Ian’s Destruction, According to EagleWatch Report

Florida’s Bald Eagles Rebounded After Hurricane Ian’s Destruction, According to EagleWatch Report

— Despite nest destruction from Hurricane Ian, resilience proved to be the theme of the 2022-23 Bald Eagle nesting season, according to end-of-season data compiled by the Audubon EagleWatch program.