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Orange Audubon Society volunteers will be on the drive on Sunday, May 1st to share information on how to better identify birds along the drive, how to safely spot other wildlife, and about the lake restoration. more
Each spring, hundreds of baby raptors are admitted to the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey’s Raptor Trauma Clinic, where staff and volunteers work diligently to keep up. more
The decline and resurgence of Roseate Spoonbills parallel the conservation movement in Florida. These bright pink birds with long legs and an unusually-shaped bill have long mesmerized those who encounter them. more
Finally, a marathon you don't have to train for or run 20-plus miles. It's called the Birdathon There’s no better time for watching (and counting) birds than spring. Birders across the state … more
Putting out birdseed is often pitched to consumers as a way to get closer to nature and engage with our flying friends. The ironic part? Birds don’t need it. more
Audubon is celebrating 122 years in conservation in Florida. For more than a century, Audubon has encouraged people to take care of the places that make Florida special. more
The funding allocated to the U.S. Army Corps will allow already planned projects under the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan to be expedited, hastening the completion of Everglades Restoration. more
Though 40% of the injuries are unknown, top injuries for 2021 include: falls from nests, vehicle strikes, and electrocution; most injuries treated are due to human-wildlife interactions. more
Years of monitoring show us that in recent decades, wading bird nesting in Florida has increased but is still a fraction of the target for a restored Everglades ecosystem. more
“A World on the Wing: The Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds” From Audubon Florida Climate change is already changing Florida. As carbon accumulates in the atmosphere and the planet warms, … more
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