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Sun, Nov 2nd, @8:00am - 11:00AM
GTM Research Reserve Sea Watch
Sat, Nov 8th, @10:00am - 05:00PM
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
Sun, Nov 16th, @8:00am - 01:00PM
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park
Mon, Nov 17th, @7:30pm - 09:00PM
Idioms to Research By
Sat, Nov 22nd, @9:00am - 12:00PM
Crosby Sanctuary - Bridge/Trail Maintenance & Nature Walk
Sun, Nov 23rd, @8:45am - 12:00PM
Jacksonville Zoo Scavenger Hunt

Coastal Birds Could Face Threat to Food Supply PDF Print E-mail

Audubon Florida and Pew Charitable Trusts have just released their joint report Fins and Feathers: Why Little Fish are a Big Deal to Florida's Coastal Waterbirds. To learn more and download this important report, click here

How Banding Helps Protect Florida's Coastal Birds PDF Print E-mail


Have you ever seen a colored tag on a bird's leg? Do you know what it means?

Citizen scientists like you are helping unlock the mysteries of migration by reporting banded birds. To learn more about how you can report a banded bird sighting, click here.

The see a video on how banding helps protect Florida's coastal birds, click here.


Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland, Florida tracks Bald Eagle nesting statewide through a network of volunteer citizen scientists.

If you are interested in participating in this Citizen Science program, download a registration form or email Matt Smith at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for more information.


DAS featured on City of Jacksonville's JAXPARKS TV! PDF Print E-mail

Duval Audubon Society Past-President Pete Johnson provides a wonderful overview of the value DAS brings to our community. Click here to watch the video!


Audubon's Roadmap for Hemispheric Conservation PDF Print E-mail

It's a big challenge, but one that must be met if we are to reduce our declining bird populations. National Audubon now has a strategic plan for addressing our unprecedented environmental challenges. The focus is protecting our migratory flyways of the Americas and for Northeast Florida, in particular, the Atlantic Flyway.

  We will concentrate our efforts on five conservation strategies:

  • Putting working lands to work for birds & people
  • Sharing our seas and shores
  • Saving Important Bird Areas
  • Shaping a healthy climate and clean energy future
  • Creating bird-friendly communities


  To learn more about the tasks a hand, download the complete plan here. Audubon Strategic Plan 2012-2015

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