The moratorium protects Florida's coastal ecosystems and economies.
The Panhandle had a busy summer nesting season, but we need your help this winter.
Sanibel takes major stride forward in building coastal resilience.
Sirata staff have joined the Audubon coastal team to protect the St. Pete Beach colony.
Their departure from historic nesting locations in Southwest Florida and across the Everglades is a strong indicator that the quality of our ecosystem has declined and these other places have become more favorable.
Fireworks abounded but preparation and teamwork protected the colonies and nesting sites.
Florida head's into next year with a strong environmental budget.
West Pasco Audubon offers fantastic new resource for local birders.
Roseate Spoonbills faced a tough nesting season.
Shy birds become bolder, Bobcats approach the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary boardwalk, and more.
Protect nesting sea and shorebirds.
Twice a year, a handful of part-time campus host positions at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary are filled by recreational vehicle (RV) campers.
The organizations worked together with volunteers to remove the pieces from a beached shrimp boat.
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