he 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.
Celebrate Spring! Watch a Barred Owl and Owlet Part 1 and Part 2 video shot by Mark H. Vance at Pine Craft Park in Sarasota in March.
View any of the Bird Nesting Cams. Experience the day-to-day lives of the Dunedin Ospreys, Burrowing Owls in Broward County Florida or other Cornell Lab Owl cams.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
has two new Owl Cams. In Texas, the Barn Owl cam and the Wild Birds Unlimited's Barred Owl cam in Indiana.
Check out the links above for more views and information.
Frame of Barn Owl Owlet from The Cornell Lab.
SW Florida Eagles. Look for updates on status of the Eagles on Facebook.
Take the Take the Restore Florida's Gulf Pledge. This Earth Day, do your part! Pledge to help Restore Florida’s Gulf with the following Top 10 tips to help Florida’s coasts and coastal birds.
What To Do To Unhook A Pelican (Download the PDF)
A new brochure is available to help anyone that sees Hooked Birds. select Tips for Unhooking a Pelican or visit the Birds & Wildlife page to download the PDF.
6:45 PM Sunshine Multi-Service Center, 330 5th St. N., St. Petersburg
Discover how to read a Gulf Coast Beach. Join us for the annual pot luck banquet and program in the annex building at the Sunshine Multi-Service Center.
Tonya Clayton, author "How to Read A Florida Gulf Coast Beach" is the feature speaker.
Please bring a dish to share. We will have punch and water, but you may also bring wine, beer or beverage of your choice.
The banquet will start at 6:45 PM, followed by a short meeting, and the special program by our speaker.
Tonya will lead a field trip at Fort DeSoto on May 1 at 8 AM. She will bird and put to practice to see if we can read our favorite beach.