Shorebird chicks, pink birds, baby owls, and migration!
Spoonbill "43" was banded in 2004.
In honor of Women's History Month, we are looking back at some of Audubon's most inspiring leaders.
A summary from the Jay Watch season.
Thanks to partners like Florida State Parks, who routinely commit to multi-year action plans, efforts to protect and grow Florida Scrub-Jays are showing terrific results.
We asked you, our Audubon members, to write to the Army Corps of Engineers to convey your concerns about this project, and you did!
The member brewers have joined their voices to support the Everglades and now, as key members of our communities, they need our support.
Using Facebook Live, virtual visitors from around the world tuned in to morning sights and sounds at the Sanctuary.
Because they nest on local beaches, these species of special concern are extremely vulnerable to development, sea-level rise, and human disturbance.
The GREBE Garden will provide a permanent home for birds and other wildlife at the University of Florida and will feature plant ID signs, an informational bulletin board, and educational materials for garden visitors.
Stay tuned for updates.
New training inspires new action.
Your generous gift will be put to work saving Florida’s special places and giving wildlife and water the voice of conservation.
Audubon Florida brings people together to appreciate, enjoy, and protect birds and nature. Join now and your $20 membership fee will directly support our conservation efforts throughout Florida.
Florida's birds and wildlife need your time and energy. Learn how you can become a citizen scientist or a volunteer at one of our nature centers today.