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Audubon Florida and South Florida Breweries Launch the Everglades Brewers Council
Everglades

Audubon Florida and South Florida Breweries Launch the Everglades Brewers Council

Audubon Florida and a coalition of South Florida breweries have teamed up to launch the Everglades Brewers Council. Our members are driven by a united goal: to protect South Florida’s water and amplify regional resilience by promoting Everglades restoration and other vital conservation policies.

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Red Knots Return to Outback Key after Devastating Red Tide Bloom in 2018
Coastal Conservation

Red Knots Return to Outback Key after Devastating Red Tide Bloom in 2018

Red Knots are returning to beaches once ravaged by a harmful algal bloom. Will red tide hurt their populations again this year?

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Red Tide Wreaks Havoc along Marco Island, Naples, and Ft. Myers
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Red Tide Wreaks Havoc along Marco Island, Naples, and Ft. Myers

A new algal bloom has killed fish, birds, sea turtles, and more.

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News & Updates

Highlighting Five Wins in 2019
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Highlighting Five Wins in 2019

From shorebird nesting to eletric vehicles to Everglades restoration funding, you helped make these 2019 wins happen.

Improving Natural Defenses Against Climate Change in Cape Sable
Everglades

Improving Natural Defenses Against Climate Change in Cape Sable

In a changing climate, South Florida needs to buy time to improve resilience. Restoring the Everglades offers the opportunity for both.

Renewed Hope for Submerged Plants in Lake Okeechobee
Everglades

Renewed Hope for Submerged Plants in Lake Okeechobee

A recent tour of Lake Okeechobee brought renewed hope and relief to Audubon’s Everglades team.

Audubon Science Explains Why Roseate Spoonbills Didn't Share Same Successes as Other Wading Birds
Conversation

Audubon Science Explains Why Roseate Spoonbills Didn't Share Same Successes as Other Wading Birds

2018 will go down in the record books as one of the greatest years for wading bird nesting efforts in recent memory. However, one of Audubon’s indicator species exhibited disappointing nesting efforts by comparison.

Jay Watch Celebrates 2019 Season of Monitoring and Restoration
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Jay Watch Celebrates 2019 Season of Monitoring and Restoration

In 2019, more than 200 volunteers were trained and participated in Jay Watch surveys.

New Records of Banded Skimmers in Key West
Coastal Conservation

New Records of Banded Skimmers in Key West

Thanks to a community scientist, critical bird band data charts movements of these iconic seabirds.

Critical Wildlife Area Supporters Convince Fort Myers Beach Town Council to Vote Down Destructive Boardwalk.
News

Audubon Staff and Volunteers Convince Fort Myers Beach Town Council to Vote Down Destructive Boardwalk.

On Monday, the Town Council of Fort Myers Beach voted down an ordinance exception that would have allowed boardwalk construction into nesting bird habitat in the Little Estero Island Critical Wildlife Area (CWA).

Audubon Assembly Participants Visit FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center
Audubon Assembly

Audubon Assembly Participants Visit FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center

Assembly visitors gathered early to see a working, large-scale solar site, while also tallying the types of wildlife that live in harmony with these clean energy centers.

U.S. Rep. Castor & Audubon Florida Sound Alarm on the Climate Crisis’ Impact on North American Birds
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U.S. Rep. Castor & Audubon Florida Sound Alarm on the Climate Crisis’ Impact on North American Birds

Rising temperatures put 389 North American bird species on the brink of extinction.

Volunteers Give Eaglet a Second Chance at Life
Audubon Center For Birds Of Prey

Volunteers Give Eaglet a Second Chance at Life

Looking back at one of the best successes of the 2018-2019 EagleWatch season.

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