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

September's program
September 20: The Songbird documentary: 
by Su Rynard is September's presentation. 

If you missed it at other showings, here is your chance to see this dramatic documentary about songbirds.


Oct. 18 - Conserving a Remnant Population of Gopher Tortoises: Land Management  Challenges at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve.  

Gopher Tortoise@ John Pendygraft

Dr. George Heinrich describes how Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, one of the last remaining natural areas in urban Pinellas County supports several imperiled species, including the gopher tortoise, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, and Nuttall’s rayless goldenrod. He will review recent gopher tortoise burrow surveys, and ongoing habitat restoration and management efforts.


St. Petersburg Audubon Society’s Navigating Nature Camp-Boyd Hill Nature Preserve

(1101 Country Club Way S., St. Petersburg, FL 33705)

St. Petersburg Audubon will be sponsoring a youth camp at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, Navigating Nature, on the first Saturday of the monthSeptember through April, with the exception of February. In February we will meet the second Saturday, February 11thParticipants will learn how to identify birds, butterflies, plants and more in this unique Florida environment. Visit Navigating Nature for registration form and more information.


Audubon Assembly 2016

Visit Field trips and Special Events for more info!

Fundraiser for Raptors on the Move


Sponsored by 
St. Petersburg Audubon Society in collaboration with the Avian Research and Conservation Institute (ARCI)

Swallow-tailed Kite Population Monitoring
Boost ARCI's 27th year of monitoring the Swallow-tailed Kite population!
Kite Sighter

$3,835 raised

Visit Raptors on the Move for more info!


Weedon Island Preserve!

Weedon Island Preserve


Visit eventbrite for classes and events at  Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center - Pinellas County Extension in NE St. Petersburg

2016-17 Season

Look for new field trips and events for the upcoming season.

Anyone interested in Conservation Chair and joining the St. Pete Audubon board, contact Judi Hopkins, 

Take Care of Shoreline Life

Check out Project Shorebird on Facebook.

St. Pete Audubon on Twitter

If you are a Tweeter, follow St. Pete Audubon, select above link.
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2016 Summer Issue


Wildlife Rescue Links

To contact any Tampa Bay Area wildlife rescues and rehabbers.

Tampa Bay Area Wildlife Rescuers


Egmont Key Volunteer Opportunities


Egmont Key is a prime ecosystem that is important to birds and other wildlife. St. Petersburg Audubon encourages you to volunteer with Friends of Tampa Bay National Wildlife Refuges to support this valuable resource. Black Skimmers, Least Terns, American Oystercatchers, White Ibis, Brown Pelicans, Wilson's Plovers, Sandwich Terns, Royal Terns, Pelicans, Laughing Gulls and many more have nested on the Refuge islands and beaches. Beautiful wading birds grace the shoreline including the seldom seen white morph Reddish Egret.  

Besides, Egmont Key, being rich with wildlife, it has a fascinating historical significance. Learn about becoming a Bird Steward or Docent.  Visit FTBR for more information.

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Kim Kandz,
Dec 17, 2015, 4:35 AM
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