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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

Audubon Staff Return American Oystercatcher Chick to Rooftop Nesting Area
Coastal Conservation

Audubon Staff Return American Oystercatcher Chick to Rooftop Colony

Monitored rooftop colonies are critical nesting grounds for vulnerable seabird species.

Florida Forever Program Adds Nearly 32,000 New Acres to Conservation Lands
Conservation

Florida Forever Program Adds Nearly 32,000 New Acres to Conservation Lands

Seven acquisitions and conservation easements are protected.

Researchers Capture Unique Fish as Part of Florida Bay Research
Everglades

Researchers Capture Unique Fish as Part of Florida Bay Research

Researchers recorded a Mangrove Rivulus for the first time in over 30 years.

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.

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