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Hold the Urban Development Boundary in Miami-Dade County, Protect the Everglades

Hold the Urban Development Boundary in Miami-Dade County, Protect the Everglades

— Move the industrial park, hold the line, protect our Florida.
Audubon Florida’s Kelly Cox Named Everglades Coalition Co-chair

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

— The vote took place at the April quarterly meeting.
Record-breaking Spoonbill Photographed in Florida Bay: Bird Banding Reveals Oldest Spoonbill

Record-breaking Spoonbill Photographed in Florida Bay

— New Roseate Spoonbill discovery shows they can live to more than 18 years old in the wild.
New Funding Coming for Everglades Restoration

New Funding Coming for Everglades Restoration

— The White House announced the largest ever investment of federal funds for Everglades restoration in January, followed by another historic presidential budget request to Congress in March.
Nesting Season for Coastal Birds Has Begun!

Nesting Season for Beach Birds Has Begun!

— Sea and shorebirds flock to Florida's coastline in the spring and summer for breeding and nesting season.
Audubon Florida Celebrates 122 Years in Conservation

Audubon Florida Celebrates 122 Years in Conservation

— The groundswell of support for the birds of Florida and the Everglades went on to give rise to the National Audubon Society.
2021 Everglades Restoration: A Snapshot of Projects and Funding

2021 Everglades Restoration: A Snapshot of Projects and Funding

— New map showcases progress in the restoration of the River of Grass.
Tampa Bay Area Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Underway

Tampa Bay Area Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Underway

— Audubon partners include ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, the Tampa Bay Regional Resilience Cohort, and the University of South Florida.
An Unprecedented Investment in Everglades Restoration and a Giant Step Forward in Climate Resiliency

An Unprecedented Investment in Everglades Restoration and a Giant Step Forward in Climate Resiliency

— 11 million Floridians to benefit through the Biden Administration's infrastructure bill.