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Protect Beach-nesting Birds from Fireworks this July Fourth Weekend

Protect Beach-nesting Birds from Fireworks this July Fourth Weekend

— Least Terns, Black Skimmers, Wilson’s Plovers, Snowy Plovers, and American Oystercatchers nest on Florida coasts.
Two Florida Photographers Honored in 2023 Audubon Photography Awards

Two Florida Photographers Honored in 2023 Audubon Photography Awards

— Congratulations to Vicki Santello and Nathan Arnold.

The Stage is Set for a New Greenhouse Gas Inventory in East Florida

— Audubon Florida is setting its sights on the east coast of Florida to launch the third iteration of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Cohorts.
Audubon Florida Releases "State of the Everglades" Report for Spring 2023

Audubon Florida Releases "State of the Everglades" Report for Spring 2023

— The report highlights the work of Audubon staff in the Everglades as well as conservation and restoration priorities.
Protect Beach Babies this Memorial Day

Protect Beach Babies this Memorial Day

— Vulnerable sea and shorebirds need Florida beaches and islands to successfully raise their families.
State of the Slough: Spring 2023

State of the Slough: Spring 2023

— Data collected and analyzed by Audubon's Everglades Science Center team.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in Northeast Florida

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in Northeast Florida

— Sea and shorebirds are vulnerable to human disturbance during in the spring and summer breeding season.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds on Bay Area Beaches and Rooftops

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds on Bay Area Beaches and Rooftops

— Sea and shorebirds are vulnerable to human disturbance during in the spring and summer breeding season.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Western Panhandle

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Western Panhandle

— Giving birds their space allows nesting parents to successfully raise the next generation of sea and shorebirds.
Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Eastern Panhandle

Look Out for Nesting Coastal Birds in the Eastern Panhandle!

— Giving birds their space allows nesting parents to successfully raise the next generation of sea and shorebirds.