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Greetings from St. Petersburg Audubon Society

Who We Are

When you join St. Petersburg Audubon Society, all membership fees go toward St. Petersburg Audubon activities and sponsorships. Membership is from January to December of each year. in St. Petersburg Florida.

What We Do

Our mission is to protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife through responsible activism and education.

We invite you to join us!

Birding and other wildlife viewing trips are second only to beach activities as the most popular outdoor recreational activities in the state according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

If you need to contact us:

St. Petersburg Audubon Society Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 12407, St. Petersburg, FL 33733-2407
Phone number: 727.753.9731

St. Petersburg Audubon Officers, Board Members, Associates and Duties re-elected for 2016-17 Season


 President: Judi Hopkins   president@stpeteaudubon.org   727 526-3725
 Vice President:Alice Tenney    
 Conservation Chair: Dan Savercool    
 Secretary: Nancy Ogden    727 894-5940 


 Teacher Ecology Camps: Harold Albers    727 864-1113 
 Coastal Science: Robert Hardy  coastalscience@stpeteaudubon.org   727 490-9384
 Climate Change: Andrea Leavitt Andersen   climatechange@stpeteaudubon.org   727-460-0771
 Education: Birds of Prey Raptors on the  Move: Gabe Vargo     727 864-2683
 Historian: Dave Kandz   historian@stpeteaudubon.org   
 Middle School Education: Laura Packard   middleschooledu@stpeteaudubon.org  727-742-6542
 At large: Jason Cowen     
 At large: Amy Depalma     
 At large: Pat Verdino  plverdino@stpeteaudubon.org  


 Membership Chair: Alice Tenney  vicepresident@stpeteaudubon.org   
 Wingspan Editor: Kim Kandz  wingspan@stpeteaudubon.org   
 Web Editor: Kim Kandz   webeditor@stpeteaudubon.org  
 Sawgrass Bird Surveyor: JoAnna Clayton     
 Bird Surveyors: Tess, Ed and Sue   tesse01@msn.com  
 Field Trips: Judi Hopkins  president@stpeteaudubon.org   
 TEC: Wanda Dean     

Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at Boyd Hill Nature Center at 7 pm.
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