Sea and shorebirds flock to Florida's coastline in the spring and summer for breeding and nesting season.
The interior wetlands of Cape Sable are among the most ecologically productive environments left in Florida.
Healthy land and water resources support people, too.
German emigrant used her personal finances to help preserve Ahhochee Hill. Now it is an Audubon Sanctuary.
The community science program monitors endemic Florida Scrub-Jay populations across 46 Florida sites.
Nonnative wildlife can negatively impact Floridians and our environment.
The groundswell of support for the birds of Florida and the Everglades went on to give rise to the National Audubon Society.
The young bird likely fell out of its nest.
Friday marked another win for St. Lucie Estuary protection with a groundbreaking event for the C-23/24 Stormwater Treatment Area (STA).
Jerry Lorenz of Audubon Florida tracked this species to shed light on how the iconic "River of Grass" is changing, for better or worse
by Michael Ferrara, Carrabelle Shorebird Biologist.
A ribbon-cutting event celebrated the Scott Water Farm Project on February 11, 2022. It is the fourth water farm initiative in the State of Florida.
The Northeast Florida "Beach Lady" advocated for habitat and history in American Beach.
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