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

No December Program

Please participate in the Christmas Bird Count for North and South Pinellas in Dec. and January. 

From Kevin Chrisman FB, former St. Pete Audubon Bird Steward

You all might enjoy this. On July 29, 2012, my friend Rob and I found this banded Semipalmated Plover while Bird Stewarding with St. Pete Audubon at Ft. DeSoto, in Pinellas County, FL. Luckily, Rob got a great photo! We reported the sighting at the time but never heard anything back. Thanks to groups like this, I found another contact who was banding SEPL and sent them the reisighting info. 


The photo bounced between a few researches and eventually I found out this from the Biologist who banded it: This guy "was captured on its nest and banded in 2011 on Niglintgak Island in the Kendall Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories. It was re-sighted on the breeding grounds in 2012 on Fish Island (just outside the sanctuary). It was not seen in 2013 or 2014. We weren’t at that study site in 2015; we plan to return there in 2020." That is a journey of just over 3555 miles!!! That is awesome.

SEPL's trek

2015 Report

2015 Bird Steward Program Report

Saskia Janes, St. Petersburg Audubon BIrd Steward Program Coordinator, has written a comprehensive report of the 2015 season.  Please download and read the PDF version of this successful educational program.

Congratulations to St. Petersburg Audubon for winning the Education Program Award at this year's Audubon Assembly.

Education Award

WingSpan Fall 2015 Issue

WingSpan Fall 2015 Issue

Read the latest issue by downloading the PDF from the WingSpan page or click on the image above.

St. Petersburg Audubon 2015-16 Field Trips

Discover the birding hot spots for upcoming year. Visit St. Pete Audubon Field Trip schedule.

Updated Pinellas Bird Checklist

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

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Panhandle Trip booked.
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SPAS 2015-16 Brochure

Go to St. Pete Audubon Program, Field Trip and Event brochure to view and download brochure.

Wildlife Rescue Links

To contact any Tampa Bay Area wildlife rescues and rehabbers.

Tampa Bay Area Wildlife Rescuers

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