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Every fall, the Conservation Leadership Initiative welcomes 25 Florida college students and 25 Audubon chapter mentors.
In working with researchers across the country and within Central Florida, the Audubon team makes the most of opportunities to advance raptor science.
Since the first land purchase in 1954, Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary has become a leader in Southwest Florida conservation.
These accomplishments come from long-standing and consistent engagement by Audubon’s Everglades team and partner organizations.
The Christmas Bird Count initiative represents one of the longest-running community science projects in the country.
Even if the perfect breeding and foraging habitat exists, birds today must contend with disturbance from people, pets, and predators like coyotes and crows.