Audubon News

The official news blog for Audubon Florida.
  1. Please note, if you are looking for the latest Audubon Florida news, please visit our new website here:   Thank you.
  2. “Timberrrr” calls were heard near and far on the morning of January 9th in the Tiger Branch area of Highlands Hammock State Park.  A lone pair of rare Florida Scrub-Jays calls this area “home” but the overgrown habitat could host many more birds if restoration is successful. Twelve Audubon Jay Watch volunteers, 18 Ridge Rangers, […]
  3. When we see Florida’s birds in their native habitats we are reminded of the beauty in the world. We also know that our efforts are making a difference – from clean water to abundant wildlife. Their role is to overcome the odds, to make the best of changing habitats, to nest and nurture the next […]
  4. The U.S. Family Foundation has completed a transaction deeding 80 acres of pristine coastal marsh and hammock habitat in Citrus County to the Florida Audubon Society. Located just southwest of the community of Homosassa and immediately north of the boundary of Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge, the new Audubon property will be known as the “John […]
  5. On November 20, Audubon Florida’s Eric Draper, Tabitha Cale, and Celeste De Palma attended the groundbreaking of the C-44 Reservoir & Stormwater Treatment Area (STA). This project is the first component of the Indian River Lagoon-South project (IRL-S) in the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan. The C-44 Reservoir is a key storage component of the entire […]

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