Can you donate your time to protect our beach nesting birds? Volunteers are needed to steward shorebird colonies all along Pinellas County's beaches. 

Contact:
Fort De Soto/St. Pete Beach - Kelly McNeal, kmcneal@audubon.org

Indian Shores/Sand Key -  Monica Craig, mcraig@audubon.org


Can't steward, but still want to help?  Click here for tips on sharing the shore.


Help SPAS plan the 2018-19 speaker series.

Take our short survey here. 


 
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Have you found a baby bird?

Click here for a guide on how to help.


 


Don't miss A History of Conservation - A Bird's Eye View, presented by the Tampa Bay History Center in cooperation with Audubon Florida.

Details here.
 
Congratulations are due to Samantha Schaberg, 2016 SPAS grant recipient!  Click here for details.

The SPAS Grants Committee is delighted to announce two awards in the amount of $2000.00 given in support of research related to SPAS' Mission to protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife.

Details here.
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Keep current with the birds of ROTM by clicking below.

Dr. Gabe Vargo
Raptors On the Move


Click here to follow Sawgrass, the Swallow-tailed Kite

Click here to follow Dark Arrow, the Short-Tailed Hawk
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Try out SPAS' new birding guide!

Birding Pinellas is an interactive site to help you:
  • Start strong!   Choose from the most highly recommended birding locations in the county.
  • Build your life list.  Search for the best place to find a Pinellas specialty.
  • Bird in the now.  Click and connect to the most recent eBird list for your location.
  • Bird like a local.  Each park review contains insider tips for making the best of your trip.
  • Connect with local birders. Connect with SPAS through our website,  our email program, or our Facebook page.
 
 Birds of Pinellas County Click here to purchase
The Birds of Pinellas County

An Extensive Update to A Birder's Guide to Pinellas County , by Ron Smith
 
 
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In the Field: Join SPAS on a field trip. SPAS trips are free and open to the public.

Our  
2017-18 schedule  is complete. Check back in late summer for next year's list.

Monthly meetings  run through Spring 2018.

For information about our monthly guided birdwalk at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve click here.
 
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