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Hernando Audubon Meeting about Imperiled Shorebirds and Seabirds of Florida

Brooksville Woman’s Club 131 S. Main Street, Brooksville, FL, United States

Speaker: Holley Short. In her presentation, Audubon Florida staff member Holley Short will discuss monitoring, management, and stewardship of imperiled shorebirds and seabirds in the Tampa Bay region on both beaches and rooftops. The meeting will be held on Thursday, February 23, at 7 p.m., at Brooksville Woman’s Club, 131 S. Main Street, Brooksville. All are welcome at this free ...

Hernando Audubon Class on eBird for Beginners

Chinsegut Conservation Center 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd., Brooksville, FL, United States

Meet at 9 a.m. at Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey Road, Brooksville. Learn how to enter your bird sightings into eBird. eBird is a free app developed by Cornell Lab of Ornithology that can be used on a computer or smart phone with which you enter your bird sightings and share them with others. eBird keeps track of all ...

Dolphin Spotter-A New Land Based Citizen Science Project (St. Lucie Audubon)

Oxbow Eco-Center 5400 NE St James Dr., Port St Lucie, FL, United States

Presenter:  Samantha McGuire, Master’s Marine Science, Graduate Research Assistant, FAU Harbor Branch Ocean Discovery. Samantha has done various research in marine mammals including dolphins and manatees. Come learn more about this unique project.  Like a fingerprint, dolphins can be identified by the unique pattern of nicks and notches on the dorsal fin. Hear about the current research and how this ...

Protecting Our Nesting Shorebirds (Sarasota Audubon Online Event)

Sarasota native Kylie Wilson has worked as the Shorebird Monitoring and Stewardship Coordinator with Audubon Florida since March 2018. Her job includes monitoring our local beaches for imperiled beach-nesting species such as Snowy Plovers, Black Skimmers and Least Terns as well as coordinating volunteers to educate beachgoers about these species and prevent disturbances.  Click here to register for this free ...

Lagoon Friendly Landscaping (St. Lucie Audubon)

Oxbow Eco-Center 5400 NE St James Dr., Port St Lucie, FL, United States

In September 2021, the Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserves kicked off a native plant pollinator garden project to demonstrate the importance and appeal of lagoon friendly landscaping. A year and a half later, the project has fostered community engagement through garden maintenance, bee and butterfly monitoring, as well as special projects and events. Join us to learn about the wildlife ...

34th Annual Earth Day & 14th Annual Scrub Jay Fest

Oscar Scherer State Park 1843 S. Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL, United States

At this free event join a guided hike or tram tour and learn about the scrub habitat while in search of scrub-jay sightings. Enjoy live music on the park stage; a photo contest exhibit; kids activities and games; food vendors; and family-friendly booths and exhibitors. A scrub-jay presentation will include a Q&A. OneBlood donation mobile will also be on-site.

Birding and Photographic Journal (St. Lucie Audubon)

Oxbow Eco-Center 5400 NE St James Dr., Port St Lucie, FL, United States

Speaker: Lorraine Sulik-Morecraft - Avid birder, photographer and author Lorraine will be speaking about the joy of birding and the basics of creating a photo journal including her birding Big Year! Lorraine is the daughter of a professional photographer and has had a camera in her hands since a young age. She is married to a lifelong birder, Bob Morecraft ...

Butterflies and Birds in Your Yard

Oxbow Eco-Center 5400 NE St James Dr., Port St Lucie, FL, United States

SPEAKER: Diane Goldberg - Conservation Chair, St. Lucie Audubon Society, Certified Florida Master Naturalist and Gardener. DESCRIPTION: Diane's presentation is about gardening with native plants and how they help to keep our water and waterways clean. They also help to mitigate climate changes and at the same time you can enjoy butterflies and birds in your own yard.

Florida Birding & Nature Festival

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Suncoast Youth Conservation Center 6650 Dickman Rd, Apollo Beach, FL, United States

A four-day festival offering field and boat trips, presentations, keynotes, and a free nature expo of vendors and exhibits. Enjoy and learn from renowned professionals, experience peak migration, and shop unique products. Visit the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail booth while you're there!

North Shore Birding Festival

Participate in field trips on the 20,000-acre Lake Apopka North Shore property and other Central Florida sites. Friday and Saturday night keynotes at Wekiwa Springs State Park with catered dinners are followed by owl and woodcock walks. Add to your life list while exploring a unique birding hotspot only 35–45 minutes from Orlando attractions. Photographers — fantastic shots await!

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