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December 5 at 6pm Annual HOLIDAY POT LUCK DINNER and LECTURE “Audubon’s Fight for the Everglade Snail Kite and the Everglades” by Paul N. Gray, Ph.D., Audubon Florida Science Coordinator

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Annual HOLIDAY POT LUCK DINNER and LECTURE “Audubon’s Fight for the Everglade Snail Kite and the Everglades” by Paul N. Gray, Ph.D., Audubon Florida Science Coordinator Tuesday, Dec 5, Dinner 6:00 p.m. Meeting & Lecture 7:00 p.m.

Join us for Dr. Paul Gray’s presentation about the status of the Everglade Snail Kite. . . . → Read More: December 5 at 6pm Annual HOLIDAY POT LUCK DINNER and LECTURE “Audubon’s Fight for the Everglade Snail Kite and the Everglades” by Paul N. Gray, Ph.D., Audubon Florida Science Coordinator

2018 Bird of the Month List by Clive Pinnock – Birds of the Everglades

2018 Bird of the Month List by Clive Pinnock Birds of the Everglades

The 2018 list covers several species of birds that call the Everglades home, with permanent residents covered the first six months and migrants covered the latter half of the year.

Jan – Roseate Spoonbill

Feb – American Bittern

Mar – Least Bittern

. . . → Read More: 2018 Bird of the Month List by Clive Pinnock – Birds of the Everglades

Giving Tuesday

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Giving Tuesday Donate Today

Your donation here will go to the Florida Burrowing Owls and the Purple Martins

Giving Tuesday – The Purple Martins

The Purple Martins Story

While the Purple Martin is one of America’s most well-loved songbirds and is a common summer resident throughout Florida, its population is currently declining . . . → Read More: Giving Tuesday

December 2017 KITE is now online

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The December 2017 issue of the Everglade Kite is now online.

2018 Conservation Stewardship Training Course – Registration Opens Now

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TREAT YOURSELF TO A LEARNING ADVENTURE: THE 2018 CONSERVATION STEWARDSHIP TRAINING COURSE!

Once again, Audubon Everglades is offering you an opportunity to explore and learn about the beautiful habitats surrounding you in Palm Beach County. Sixteen expert instructors will engage participants in understanding how these fragile, natural ecosystems and the Greater Everglades function and . . . → Read More: 2018 Conservation Stewardship Training Course – Registration Opens Now

Birding Field Trips and Hurricane Irma Update – 11/7/17

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Due to the impact of Hurricane Irma, some sites where the birding field trips are held are not ready to be open to the general public.

To date, the following trips have been canceled:

November 10 Fri (8:30 AM-10:30 AM) Wakodahatchee (Clive Pinnock) October 01 Sun (8:00 AM-10:00 AM) Spanish River Park (Luis . . . → Read More: Birding Field Trips and Hurricane Irma Update – 11/7/17

November Monthly Membership Meeting & Lecture: Saving the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

Paul R. Reillo, Ph.D.

Monthly MEETING and LECTURE: “Saving the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow – big challenges for a tiny bird” by Paul R. Reillo, Ph.D., President, Rare Species Conservatory Foundation, and Co-Director, Tropical Conservation Institute, Florida International University

Tuesday, November 7, 7:00 p.m. meeting & lecture.

Paul R. Reillo, Ph.D., President of the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation (RSCF), . . . → Read More: November Monthly Membership Meeting & Lecture: Saving the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow