Join us in counting Florida's amazing avian species!
The patients in the Raptor Clinic come from around the state.
An essay from a CLI alum.
McCree will be the first female Chair since 1999 when Florida Audubon Society merged with National Audubon Society to become Audubon Florida.
Journal publication implicates red-tide poisoning in multi-species mortality event
Caitlin Westerfield works with West Pasco Audubon Society on an important bird survey initiative.
Your voice was heard! FWC Commission moves to prohibit invasive reptiles.
Over-drying has significant implications for wildlife, plant communities, and vulnerability to catastrophic wildfire.
The Center for Birds of Prey takes in more than 200 raptor chicks every season.
The eaglet has been safely placed in a foster nest.
The winter season means Roseate Spoonbill and wading bird surveys to the Audubon Everglades Science team.
Program will lead to conservation of environmental, historical, and recreational resources.
“The sharp gaze of raptors keeps me honest in my life and in my art.”
Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.
Donating monthly is flexible, easy and convenient and makes you a champion birds can count on, no matter the season.
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.