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

Help Protect Beach-Nesting Birds. Volunteer as a Bird Steward! 

Needed on Weekends at all locations until Labor Day Weekend!


Black Skimmer parents and Chick

Photo by Jim Gray


Project Shorebird

Project Shorebird is a St. Petersburg Audubon initiative to educate Audubon and community members about the impact of climate change on coastal bird populations.

Check out some of the events, read below.

Storytime with Shorebirds

 

Each month, preschool children are invited to our free "Storytime with Shorebirds" program at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg, Florida.  Children will listen to a story and create a small craft to take home.  Family members receive information packets with fun activities that can be done at home!  This program runs from September 2015-May 2016.  For more information, please contact Andrea Leavitt Andersen at climatechange@stpeteaudubon.org.


SPAS Mission: Educating St. Pete City Kids about the Environment

Dave Kandz with St. Pete city kids discovering "Wrack Line".

With Florida Audubon Coastal Island Sanctuaries, St. Pete Audubon showing St. Pete city kids what lives in their neighborhood. Select above link for more details.




Least Tern Rooftop 2015

Enjoy viewing an active Least Tern rooftop in Clearwater. Thanks to Mardy and her rooftop volunteers from Clearwater Audubon for monitoring this rooftop.

YouTube Video


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Tina Tern Story

Read the Tina Tern story Learn about Least Terns and where they live. Find out how you can help beach nesting birds.

Tina Tern Story

St. Pete Audubon on Twitter

If you are a Tweeter, follow St. Pete Audubon, select above link.
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Wildlife Rescue Links

To contact any Tampa Bay Area wildlife rescues and rehabbers.

Tampa Bay Area Wildlife Rescuers

St. Petersburg proudly announces this year's Student Grant winner.

Check out Project Shorebird on Facebook.

Spring Issue

Spring 2015 Issue

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

Programs for 2014-15 season have ended. 

Regular meetings will resume on Sept. 15.

Summer season is still very busy for us. There is plenty of opportunities to volunteer. We need Bird Steward volunteers from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
 Visit Beach-nesting Birds page for more information.

Updated Pinellas Bird Checklist

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