Mission statement: Protect and restore natural ecosystems important to birds and other wildlife through responsible activism and education.

June Challenge Begins

It's time again for the June Challenge. Read the details at Pinellas Outdoors by Ron Smith.

Guided Hike at Fort De Soto Beach: Shells, Tiny Beach Critters, and Shorebirds and Seabirds!


Explore Fort DeSoto's beaches with us! Look for shells, learn about small creatures hidden in the water, sand, and wrack line, and have a chance to view nesting shorebirds and seabirds! 

Florida Suncoast Sierra Club joins with St. Petersburg Audubon Society to share our coastal environmental wonders. St. Peter Audubon's Bird Stewards will have scopes available for viewing birds. 

When? Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 9:00 am
Where? Meet at the large flagpole in front of the Ranger's offices (see link below for map of Ft. De Soto)
Who? All ages invited to attend
Cost: Program is FREE! There is a toll fee of $1.50 and a $5.00 parking fee to enter park.


Questions? Please contact Andrea Leavitt Andersen at 727-460-0771 or email: andrea@suncoastsierra.org

Facebook Event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/834728736564535/

Visit Beach-Nesting Birds page to help out the Birds this summer.

Celebrating International Migratory Bird Day
at Ft. De Soto

St. Pete Audubon celebrated the day at Ft De Soto Park, Pinellas County, Florida.  They counted 58 species between 8am and 11am with about 30 enthusiastic birders participating.  

International Bird Day Participants

Highlights included: Great Crested Flycatcher, American Redstart, Pileated Woodpecker, and Northern Parula warblers. 

Photo taken by the memorial water fountain established in memory of Larry Hopkins, Master Birder.


Pinellas Outdoors: Mid-Pinellas Highlights by Ron Smith

Read the latest post from Ron Smith of Pinellas Birds.  

To read Ron's posts, go down to the bottom of Pinellas Outdoors.

You can downloaded to read at your leisure.

7th Annual Dr. Harold Albers
Teacher Ecology Camp for 2015

Visit Teacher Ecology Camp to download the PDF.
2015 Teacher Ecology Camp

Donate to St. Petersburg Audubon through the 
AmazonSmile program.

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to St Petersburg Audubon Society.

St. Pete Audubon on Twitter

If you are a Tweeter, follow St. Pete Audubon on

Check out Project Shorebird on Facebook.

Spring Issue

Spring 2015 Issue

Read the latest issue by downloading the PDF from the WingSpan page.

Programs for 2014-15 season have ended. 

Regular meetings will resume on Sept. 15.

Summer season is still very busy for us. There is plenty of opportunities to volunteer. We need Bird Steward volunteers from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
 Visit Beach-nesting Birds page for more information.

Tina Tern Story

Read the Tina Tern story Learn about Least Terns and where they live. Find out how you can help beach nesting birds.

Tina Tern Story

2014-15 Annual Brochure
2014-15 Annual Brochure & Updated Pinellas Bird Checklist

St. Petersburg Audubon's
2014-15 Annual Programs, Field Trips and Events is available to download.

Field Trip details, visit the Field trip page. Scroll to the bottom and read for details. Check out the Calendar to see trips and events. Or download the annual brochure. See the link above.

Visit 2014-15 Programs for the latest programs.

Pinellas County Bird Checklist
Before you start birding in Pinellas County, download the latest Pinellas County Bird Checklist.