The mission of St. Petersburg Audubon Society is to promote and provide environmental education and, through responsible activism, protect, restore and preserve natural ecosystems for both people and wildlife.
Stacie Koslovsky will take you on a trip to the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, an area in the northwest Hawaiian Islands. More than three million birds nest there each year.
Stacie was one of nine students to embark on a 10 day trip to this remote destination in 2008, She will describe the history of the area, an overview of the wildlife found in this unique habitat, and the conservation challenges of such a faraway location.
6:30 pm, March 25
(Back at the Sunshine Center,
located at 330 - 5th Street N., St. Petersburg.)
For an online list of St. Petersburg Audubon Programs, events, classes and other environmental events, check out the SPAS Events Calender or visit St. Petersburg Field Trips for upcoming field trips.
See what Birds were spotted on Pinellas beaches during this year's Shore Bird Class.
Nominations are now being considered for volunteer positions on SPAS Board. If you are interested in helping on our many projects please notify President Hopkins at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will forward information to the Nominating Committee.
Skills needed: willingness to attend board meetings (the second Wednesday of every month) to listen and learn how you can help on our projects or develop one of your own. SPAS board is always open to new ideas.
See the TEAM Competition Results from this weekend's Great Backyard Bird Count.
The first St. Petersburg
Audubon Youth Program started on Jan. 18.
Gulf Coast Bird Rescue Seeks Permanent Land Acquisition
New updated Pinellas County Bird Checklist now available. Select above link or go to Field Trip page and download file.
2013-14 Program & Field Trip Brochure available on Programs, Field Trip Special Event page or select 2013-14 Program Guide.