Mission statement: Protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife through responsible activism and education.
May 10th 2015 -
Celebrate Mother’s Day and cruise around Bird Island in St. Pete on the Dolphin Queen. Bird lovers watch birds in breeding plumage, while photographers shoot award winning pictures.
Over 10 species of birds roost on this island such as Juvenile Roseate Spoonbills, Brown Pelicans, and Reddish Egrets.
Ann Paul, Florida Coastal Island Sanctuaries Manager will narrate the trip.
The boat, the Dolphin Queen, now docks at the St. Petersburg Marina since the St. Petersburg Pier closed. The marina located on the approach to the Pier at 400 2nd Avenue NE slip 46 in downtown St. Petersburg. The Dolphin Queen is docked right up front - you can’t miss it! We gather at the boat athe boat leaves the dock at
Last year our trip was a sell out. The cost is still $25 per person. To register for this trip, please call Alice Tenney at 727-894-2062 for reservations and details. Mail checks made out to St. Pete Audubon to:
Alice Tenney - 315 15th Ave NE - St Pete FL 33704
Reservations are required.
126 Bird species with 8 lucky participants with Ron Smith and Brian spending 12.5 hours as part of St. Petersburg Audubon Society's 1st Big Day.
Watch Enjoy migrants at feeders and nesting birds raising their young. St. Pete Audubon's Live Bird Cam page.
Savannah Great Horned Owl Cam
View these curious owlets in their nest from the convenience of your tablet, phone or computer.
Visit Teacher Ecology Camp to download the PDF.
Visit 2014-15 Programs for the latest programs.
If you are a Tweeter, follow St. Pete Audubon on
Saturday, April 21
8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
1101 Country Club Way S., St Petersburg FL
Visit program details for more information.
Volunteers are always appreciated and needed to help.