The Birds of Pinellas County by Ron Smith
An Extensive Update to A Birder's Guide to Pinellas County
You will have to pay the extra fee for shipping and handling.
Books will be available at all field trips and program meetings. Now available at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve's gift shop. If you plan to purchase your copy at a SPAS event, please bring cash or a check. If you have any questions, please call Judi, 727-526-3725.
Visit https://www.paintingwithatwist.com/events/viewevent.aspx?eventID=1069739 to register.
Bring yourself, friends, family and your favorite beverage.
No previous painting experience is necessary - instructors guide you through creating the selected art.
Thanks for the big turnout for our April program: “Becoming a Frog Eavesdropper”.
Thank you Jeanne and Brian for a very educational and entertaining program.
Thank you all for the great food. A foodie would be very happy.
Frog in Pond @ Flatwoods Park - Sensing Nature LLC
Our 2016-17 season has concluded. Field trips will assume in September. Monthly meetings will begin in October 2017.
Monthly Boyd Hill bird walks will continue through the summer on the first weekend of the month
If you see any dead pelicans in the St. Petersburg area,
contact FWC at 888-404-3922. If you have questions about the recent die off of pelicans, call FWC.
April Field Trip
2nd Ft. DeSoto Park Bird Walk this coming Saturday, April 23.
May Special Event
Mother's Day Cruise to Bird Island in beautiful Coffee Pot Bayou
Special Spotlight on Board Member
Our Navigator Nature Program Educator: Laura Packard is featured in the Tampa Bay Times.
St. Petersburg Audubon