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5 Happy Stories to Add Sunshine to Your Day
Coastal Conservation

5 Happy Stories to Add Sunshine to Your Day

Shorebird chicks, pink birds, baby owls, and migration!

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20th Century Women Key to Audubon Florida's Success Today
News

20th Century Women Key to Audubon Florida's Success Today

In honor of Women's History Month, we are looking back at some of Audubon's most inspiring leaders.

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News & Updates

Major Step Forward for Everglades Restoration
Everglades

Major Step Forward for Everglades Restoration

Construction has begun on the EAA Reservoir Project.

The 2020 Audubon Florida Birdathon Results Are In!
Birds

The 2020 Audubon Florida Birdathon Results Are In!

2,000+ checklists, more than 200 species counted.

Black Skimmer Chicks Need Our Help On The Beach
Coastal Conservation

Black Skimmer Chicks Need Our Help On The Beach

Each year from May through August, Black Skimmers return to their breeding grounds in Pinellas County to lay eggs and raise their chicks in large colonies. Similarly, people return to the beaches during these same months to enjoy the warm sun, cool off in the turquoise waters, and spend time with their own families.

Bids for Birds and Beyond
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Bids for Birds and Beyond

An Online Auction Experience for Florida’s Nature Enthusiasts

Audubon's Coastal Program
Coastal Conservation

Audubon's Coastal Program

For more than a century, Audubon's wingspan has reached across the Gulf Coast.

After Deepwater Horizon
Coastal Conservation

After Deepwater Horizon

A decade of Audubon efforts to restore a resilient Gulf of Mexico.

Audubon Florida Earth Day Birdathon
Birds

Audubon Florida Earth Day Birdathon

Birding together while staying at home.

Snowy Plovers Nest Once Again on Siesta Key
Coastal Conservation

Snowy Plovers Nest Once Again on Siesta Key

Bands tell a story for this returning female.

Climate Change Brings New Risks to Vulnerable Scrub-Jay Populations
Conservation

Climate Change Brings New Risks to Vulnerable Scrub-Jay Populations

With warming temperatures on the horizon, flooding and drought-related food challenges could pose severe, additional stress to an already declining statewide population.

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