Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Thirty Years at Audubon's Center for Birds of Prey

Rehabilitation supervisor Dianna Flynt celebrates a milestone

Audubon Florida is pleased to recognize longtime staffer, Dianna Flynt. Flynt has been a wildlife rehabilitator since 1974, starting as soon as she graduated from high school. She spent her first 16 years specializing in seabirds before coming to the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in 1989. Now serving as the Center’s Rehabilitation Supervisor, Flynt maintains all state and federal permits pertaining to the birds in rehab to the nonreleasable residents. She sits on the Florida Wildlife Rehabilitators Association Board and the Florida Wildlife Alert Committee.

Flynt has dedicated her 30-year career to saving birds and the special places they need. Her expertise, passion, and dedication to conservation have led to thousands of birds being released back into the Florida skies. From bird rescues to baby returns, Flynt has made a large impact in the world of raptors.

It takes true heroes to make Florida a better place for birds and people. Audubon Florida is lucky to have a hero like Dianna Flynt amongst the

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