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.
Birds, big cats, and more!
After serving as the new Sanctuary Director for over a year, we sat down with Lisa Korte to chat about Corkscrew and her vision for the future.
In 2018, Audubon began an ambitious effort to remove Carolina willow and other shrubs that have spread across Corkscrew Sanctuary in order to restore 1,000 acres of wet prairie and marsh.
A long-term study in Florida Bay concludes that crocodile eggs in the Everglades have hatched an average of 1.5 days earlier every two years since 1983.
Audubon’s Florida Coastal Islands Sanctuaries hosted a Clean-Up Blitz on February 8
FY 2021 budget recommends $250 million for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Program to implement Everglades restoration.
Rehabilitation supervisor Dianna Flynt celebrates a milestone
New Google map of nest locations incorporates data from the FWC’s plus new nests and relocations.
The expansion of the CLI program trains the next generation of conservation leaders while providing opportunities for mentoring and engagement.
From research and restoration projects to education and communication initiatives, interns form a critical part of the Corkscrew team.
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