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About ASE Project Perch article in Sun Sentinel today!

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Project Perch is working to save burrowing owls in Palm Beach County. The Audubon Society of the Everglades is having a meeting to discuss the project on July 11. (Susan Faulkner Davis/Courtesy)

Project Perch works to protect burrowing owls Jan Engoren

The Audubon Society of the Everglades will have its next meeting July 11 . . . → Read More: About ASE Project Perch article in Sun Sentinel today!

Project Perch at Crystal Lakes Elementary School

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Crystal Lakes Elementary School is happy to report that the Burrowing Owls produced 5 not 4 owlets and all 5 are on the verge of fledging. Last week Paul Davis (who lives near the school) reported the fledges are checking out the artificial burrows. On May 24, Susan Davis and Mary Young presented two Owl . . . → Read More: Project Perch at Crystal Lakes Elementary School

info – Florida Master Naturalists courses – Nov 5,7,12,14

Greetings! Please share this information through your newsletters, etc. Great for professional development, volunteers and personal interest. Thanks. _________________________________________________________________ Florida Master Naturalist courses are now available for registration: Most classes are at Pine Jog Environmental Education Center, BUT we’ve added a new location for water monitoring day! I’m happy to announce that we’ll be . . . → Read More: info – Florida Master Naturalists courses – Nov 5,7,12,14

ASE kids birding club – needs help w binoculars

Hello fellow birders,

We have another youth bird club starting this November. Yay! As you know seeing birds with your eyes is good, but magic happens when you see them in your bins. I am looking for hand-me-down binoculars for the kids to use. I already have 3 pairs, but could definitely use . . . → Read More: ASE kids birding club – needs help w binoculars

Do you have any birding binoculars you no longer use?

JCI Miami is collaborating with the City of Miami Gardens to establish a bird and butterfly garden at Parkview Elementary. We will be holding a volunteer day on February 28th to plant native bird and butterfly attracting plants in and around a remnant patch of oak hammock located on the school grounds. This area will . . . → Read More: Do you have any birding binoculars you no longer use?

TANNER WATERS WINS ASE $3000 SCHOLARSHIP 2014

For more than forty years Audubon Society of the Everglades has supported conservation. Ruth and Seymour Miller were visionaries and realized that the conservation of habitats and wildlife is an ongoing responsibility. ASE honored their legacy at the Palm Beach Post’s Pathfinder Awards by awarding this $3000 scholarship to a science nominee with outstanding achievement . . . → Read More: TANNER WATERS WINS ASE $3000 SCHOLARSHIP 2014

Palm Beach Post/ASE 2013 Pathfinder Awards- Sanjay Poonaisingh

Sanjay Poonaisingh, a student in the Gale Academy of Environmental Science and Technology at Forest Hill Community High School, was awarded ASE”s Ruth and Seymour Miller Memorial Scholarship at the May awards held at the Kravis Center. This scholarship is given to an outstanding student involved in environmental studies. His teacher, Shawn McCall, wrote “Sanjay . . . → Read More: Palm Beach Post/ASE 2013 Pathfinder Awards- Sanjay Poonaisingh