Mission statement: Protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife through responsible activism and education.

March 17 - The Falkland Islands-Where Nature is Still in Charge

Imperial Cormorant

The incredible, windswept Falkland Islands are one of the last wildlife wonders of the world. Unspoiled beaches, rolling tussock fields and 
sheer cliffs provide a natural safe haven for many Falkland Island species.

Imperial Cormorant
Beautiful Albatrosses soar gracefully the clear air, tiny endemic Cobb Wrens hop along the shorelines, while killer whales circle offshore waiting for unwary prey.

Discover the Falkland Island adventures of Tom and Lindsay Bell

 Long-tailed Meadlowlark
  Long-tailed Meadowlark
Photos: Tom Bell

2014-15 Annual Brochure
2014-15 Annual Brochure and Updated Pinellas Bird Checklist
St. Petersburg Audubon's 2014-15 Annual Programs, Field Trips and Events is available to download.

Field Trip details, visit the Field trip page. Scroll to the bottom and read for details. Check out the Calendar to see trips and events. Or
download the annual brochure. See the link above.

Visit 2014-15 Programs for the latest programs.

Pinellas County Bird Checklist

Before you start birding in Pinellas County, download the latest Pinellas County Bird Checklist.

Donate to St. Petersburg Audubon through the 
AmazonSmile program.

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to St Petersburg Audubon Society.

Winter 2014-15 Issue

Read the latest issue by downloading the PDF from the WingSpan page.

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St. Pete Audubon Young Naturalists Program

Saturday, March 20 
8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

1101 Country Club Way S., St Petersburg FL

Young Naturalist Program

program details for more information.
Volunteers are always appreciated and needed to help.