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.
No December Meeting scheduled.
January 28 Program: EXPLORE TANZANIA
Tom and Lindsay, St. Petersburg Audubon members, will take us on a delightful personal tour of Tanzania to see Birds, Mammals and More.
St. Petersburg Audubon Society will help you discover how to identify the major wintering shorebirds found on our Pinellas beaches. January, February and March classes on Saturday mornings will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Take the challenge and learn with our knowledgeable Audubon members who will guide you with close up viewing through scopes. Bring your Field Guide and Binoculars and prepare to get your feet wet.
Contact Maureen Arnold to register and for dates and locations at (727) 577-0448 or email email@example.com
St. Petersburg Audubon provides educational programs by providing Shorebird classes, the St. Pete Youth Program, Audubon Adventures and the Dr. Albers Teacher Ecology Camp.
We also support other educational classes and events by listing them in Environmental Educational Class/Events.
Upcoming 2014 events:
Raptor Festival at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
Interpreting Nature Series at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve by George Heinrich
Photo by Raptor Fest
Indoor & outdoor nature experiences at Boyd Hill Nature
Preserve Students ages 8–13 will learn to identify birds, butterflies, plants in our unique Florida environment. Limited to 10 students. Contact Judi Hopkins @ 727-526-3725 to reserve a place for your child, grandchild, or neighbor.
Click on the above link then select the PDF to download the application form.
New 2013-14 Program& Field Trip Brochure available on Programs, Field Trip Special Event page or select 2013-14 Program Guide.
Florida Water and Legacy Campaign
Gulf Coast Bird Rescue