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RV Campers Bring Life Skills, Experience to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Team
Chapters & Centers

RV Campers Bring Life Skills, Experience to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Team

Twice a year, a handful of part-time campus host positions at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary are filled by recreational vehicle (RV) campers.

Audubon Staff Works with FWC and Florida State Park Teams to Remove Debris from Critical Nesting Grounds
Coastal Conservation

Audubon Staff Works with FWC and Florida State Park Team to Remove Debris from Critical Nesting Grounds

The organizations worked together with volunteers to remove the pieces from a beached shrimp boat.

Florida Scrub-Jay Fathers Play Special Role in Raising Nestlings
News

Florida Scrub-Jay Fathers Play Special Role in Raising Nestlings

Endemic to Florida, these scrub-jays also engage in cooperative breeding.

Gravel Rooftops Provide Crucial Habitat for Nesting Seabirds and Shorebirds
Coastal Conservation

Gravel Rooftops Provide Crucial Habitat for Nesting Seabirds and Shorebirds

Audubon has staff monitoring colonies from the Panhandle to Marco Island

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Gets an Overhaul
Everglades

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Gets an Overhaul

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary protects 2,900 nautical miles of unique marine resources.

Banner Year for Everglades Restoration Funding
Everglades

Banner Year for Everglades Restoration Funding

Audubon celebrates record highs at both the state and federal levels.

The Northern Everglades Nutrient Expressway
Everglades

The Northern Everglades Nutrient Expressway

How do we begin solving this traffic nightmare?

Tropical Storm Cristobal Swamps Sea and Shorebird Nests
Coastal Conservation

Tropical Storm Cristobal Swamps Sea and Shorebird Nests

Some species may have enough time to nest once more.

Fantastic News for Florida Grasshopper Sparrows
Everglades

Fantastic News for Florida Grasshopper Sparrows

Successful captive breeding program is a major step forward in the fight to bring the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow back from the brink of extinction.

State of the Slough Spring 2020
Everglades

State of the Slough Spring 2020

In this State of the Slough, we analyze a number of indicators to spotlight the trends in the Florida Bay system

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