Storm surge flooded nesting sites with eggs and young chicks across the Gulf Coast
Kate Herrin reflects on how GCSA will impact her Florida Panhandle community.
Audubon celebrates this critical milestone for Everglades restoration.
Using bands and satellite trackers, Audubon scientists are unraveling the mysteries of some of Florida’s most iconic species. We are already using this new information to advocate for the conservation and protection of the places they need most.
Annual publication details Bald Eagle nesting and conservation efforts in Florida.
“A World on the Wing: The Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds”
Banded terns teach us about survival, side fidelity, and so much more.
by Rochelle Streker, Audubon's Southwest Florida Shorebird Manager.
Banded in 2018, Audubon staff re-sighted the pelican on Egmont Key in May of 2021.
“Water quality is not only important to our wildlife, but to our way of life.” -- Chris Farrell, Northeast Florida Policy Associate
by Kara Cook, Rooftop Biologist.
by Ally Kristan, Three Rooker Island Stewardship Coordinator.
Healthy wetlands make Florida more resilient in the face of a changing climate.
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