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Happy Retirement to Ann Paul After Nearly 30 Years of Service to Audubon
About Us

Happy Retirement to Ann Paul After Nearly 30 Years of Service to Audubon

Ann was called “the wading birds’ best human friend” by National Audubon Society

Baby Season Recap at the Center for Birds of Prey
Chapters & Centers

Baby Season Recap at the Center for Birds of Prey

Spring means young owls, hawks, and more!

Song of the Earth & Sky
News

Song of the Earth & Sky

A unique fundraising event brought birds and people together.

Florida Grasshopper Sparrows Sing a Hopeful Song for the First Time in Decades
Birds

Florida Grasshopper Sparrows Sing a Hopeful Song for the First Time in Decades

Newly released birds are breeding and fledging chicks.

Audubon Climate Advocates Coming to a Community Near You!
Climate

Audubon Climate Advocates Coming to a Community Near You!

Are you interested in a climate training? Email us at flconservation@audubon.org.

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Plan Proposes New Protections for Vulnerable Wading Birds
Everglades

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Plan Proposes New Protections for Vulnerable Wading Birds

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary hosts more than 285 species of resident and migratory birds, including the bizarre, but beautiful, Roseate Spoonbill. Extensive tidal flats, seagrass beds, and mangrove-fringed islands throughout the 2,900-square-mile Sanctuary provide important foraging, roosting, and nesting habitat.

A Shocking Owl Story
Chapters & Centers

A Shocking Owl Story

The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey rehabilitates an owl nearly struck by lightning.

Audubon Celebrates House Approval of the 2020 Water Resources Development Act
Everglades

Audubon Celebrates House Approval of the 2020 Water Resources Development Act

The bill removes roadblocks to initiate construction of the critical EAA Southern Storage Reservoir Project.

Black Skimmer Banding Study Yields Surprising Results
Coastal Conservation

Black Skimmer Banding Study Yields Surprising Results

Colonies across Southwest Florida exchange breeding birds, underscoring the importance of regional nesting areas.

Charlotte County Takes Step Towards More Resilient Future
Climate

Charlotte County Takes Step Towards More Resilient Future

Charlotte County commissioners officially joined the Southwest Florida Regional Resiliency Compact.

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