Sea and shorebirds flock to Florida's coastline in the spring and summer for breeding and nesting season.
The interior wetlands of Cape Sable are among the most ecologically productive environments left in Florida.
Healthy land and water resources support people, too.
While a few chicks have fledged already, many birds are just getting started.
~Shorebirds are extremely vulnerable to disturbance in the spring and summer breeding season~
Pilot study was extended for three more years to develop best practices for using camera data in colony-wide analysis.
Move the industrial park, hold the line, protect our Florida.
the experience was beautiful, the birding was good, and the event concluded with the feeling of being grateful for the conservation lands in our region that support these amazing species.
by Kara Cook, Audubon Florida Rooftop Biologist.
Partnership included ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, Pinellas County UF/IFAS Extension, and the University of South Florida.
by Julianna Merotto.
The vote took place at the April quarterly meeting.
Sixteen baby raptors have already been returned to their nests.
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