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ABOUT SOUTH FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETY

South Florida Audubon Society, based in Broward County, fosters conservation through local, regional, national, and global environmental advocacy and activities throughout South Florida focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

South Florida Audubon Meetings

Join members of the South Florida Audubon Society for monthly meetings from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month from September to April.  The location alternates between Fern Forest Nature Center (FF) in Coconut Creek and Anne Kolb Nature Center (AK)  in Hollywood.   See our Calendar of Events for Meeting Details.

INVITATION:

Join us as a member and/or use your talents as a volunteer

Click on the About Us Tab for more information.


Audubon's Pete Frezza communicates the impact of saltwater intrusion into Everglades habitats.  Watch now.

Calls to Action

  1. Say NO to Monsanto’s Dream Bill – here
  2. URGE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO START Using the HUGE IMPACT OF SUN –  – here
  3. President Obama Must Step In to Protect the Bees – here
  4. Ban Monsanto’s artificial growth hormone in milk – here
  5. Tell EPA to protect clean air from oil and gas pollution! – here
  6. Protect the Endangered Species Act from political attacks – here
  7. Tell Mt Laurel Township Council Starving Feral Cats is Not Okay – here


Our Project Perch Fundraising Campaign 
is over, but we have 1 Large and 4 Medium 
Unisex Tee Shirts left.  



Please contact editor@southfloridaaudugon.org 
if you wish to purchase one of them.  The price will be $20.00 plus shipping of $5.05  Proceeds will go towards General SFAS Funds.

Read the 2015 Conservation Action Agenda which was passed on October 18, 2014.  Click below.

MEETINGS & SPECIAL EVENTS 

See Our New In Memorial Page About Previous Members Of Our Audubon Chapter.
Visit our calendar to see dates for upcoming local and state events as well as further details on upcoming SFAS meetings when these are available

Sierra Club Meetings And Events 

Contact Person: Stanley Pannaman, 954-720-4639,s_pannaman@yahoo.com

Cornell Lab of Ornithology News 

Cornell Lab of Ornithology gathers information on bird distributions and conducts research projects on varied bird populations.  They offer citizen science opportunities as well as a wide range of resources.

Visit their website for information on Project Feeder Watch and the annual Great Backyard Bird Count.  They released an online self-paced set of tutorials for Birders in August, 2013. Click here for the News Release.. 

Check out their listing of Community Events by clicking here.
Teen birders: 

Connect with peers and access resources on birding as well as explore career and college options on a website designed for them.  Click here to access it.

Sign up for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology emailed newsletter to help you stay up-to-date. Click below to read the Cornell Lab eNews, August 2013,  Cornell Lab eNews, September  2013  or Cornell Lab eNews, October 2013 
NEW Newsletter, "Bird Cams eNews."  Click here for the Oct, 2013 edition.  Cornell Lab of Ornithology also has a Bird Cams Facebook Page.
September 30, 2013 News Release: Infidelity in an Australian Bird May Be Keeping a Species Together. Click Here for more information.
2015 Audubon Assembly - Save the Date!
Rafael Galvez, Naturalist and Artist, will be the keynote speaker. Hope you can join us.

Upcoming  
Birding Trips and Special Events

Click Here To Download A SFAS 2014/15
Birding Schedule.

JUNE 2015 

2015/06/14 Bird Walk at
Tall Cypress Natural Area in
Coral Springs


View Video: Tips For Successful Wildlife Photography

See our SFAS Calendar for more events

Play the Climate Crisis Jam 


Do you know of an injured wild bird or animal? 

We have two primary animal rehab centers in Broward County who care for and rehabilitate injured wildlife (birds and animals), Sawgrass Nature Center & Wildlife Hospital   
954-752-WILD (9453)



and South Florida Wildlife Center, which is affiliated with The Humane Society of the United States.  954-524-4302 or 866-SOS-WILD



Follow the above links for more information about what to do in the event that you come across an injured wild bird or animal.

Looking for birding opportunities? 

Whether you are looking for local or far-away adventures, check our calendar for local, state, USA or world events.

Seeour SFAS  calendar  for information about Florida Birding Festivals, September through May.

Birding Field Trips 

South Florida Audubon Society participates in local field trips as well as special birding events in South Florida from Fall to Spring. For birding hotspots in Broward County click here and for birding festivals in Florida, Birding and Nature Field Trips, see our calendar.


Tropical Audubon Society provides one day and weekend birding field trips farther south. They also maintain a blog on sightings of rare birds in South Florida. Click here to visit their website.

Audubon Society of the Everglades provides a series of birding field trips. Click here for their calendar of events.

 
 

 

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