Mission statement: Protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife through responsible activism and education.
Visit Field trip page for trip details, maps, and photos.
Visit Calendar for upcoming events, meetings, and info.
8 am to 11:30 am
$20 per session
Did you need help identifying the feathered creatures on the shore or in the water?
Join St. Petersburg Audubon to become a better birder. Everyone is invited especially newbies and veteran birders.
If you can't make it to this class, join us on Feb. 28 to learn about those feathered creatures.
The latest Pinellas County Bird Checklist is ready to download.
$20 for individual and $25 for family for this trial period this year. Membership money will be used to support all of our local programs.
Mail membership check to:
St. Petersburg Audubon
P.O. Box 12407
St. Petersburg, FL 33733-2407
Starting with the January 2015 WingSpan, we will be using St. Petersburg Audubon Society ONLY membership roster for bulk mailing of our newsletter, not the National Audubon listings.
This change is to control the cost of mailing to 1280 members who may or may not want to receive our newsletter. WingSpan will be available to all members by going to our website: www.stpeteaudubon.org.
We will use our current mailing list in September. All members will receive our Program Guide to meetings and field trips. The St. Petersburg Audubon Society ONLY membership application and an envelope to process your request.
St. Petersburg Audubon ONLY membership runs from January – December of each year.
All members will need to renew before January for the limited mailing list.
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