South Florida Audubon Society

2019 Christmas Bird Count (CBC)

Every December since 1900, teams of enthusiastic birders have joined together across the country to count the number of individual birds within each species present on the same date in the same locale. ​

To join South Florida Audubon Society and a team of birders to count the birds of Broward County on Saturday,  December 14,  2019  please contact  Allison Sherflow at for more information.

The 23rd annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) is a free, fun, and easy event that engages bird watchers of all ages in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot of bird populations from 

Friday, February 14, through Monday, February 17, 2020.

For more information

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Photo: Carolina Wren by Bette Parette, MA. 2018 GBBC.

2019 Audubon Assembly Recap

Not everyone was able to attend the SOLD OUT 2019 Audubon Assembly in October 2019. 

 Click on the graphic below and follow the links to enjoy some of the highlights.

​South Florida Audubon Society now has registered agents with the FWC who can assist with relocation of Burrowing Owls.

South Florida Audubon Society in partnership with the Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program taking an active role in the conservation of sea turtle nests and  rescuing hatchlings. Our goal is to make sure that all hatchlings from a nest make it into the ocean without disorientation or disturbance.

If you are interested in being a volunteer for the 2020 season, please complete the inquiry form by clicking the button below

 Click Here

South Florida Audubon Society, based in Broward County, fosters conservation through local, regional, national, and global environmental advocacy and activities throughout South Florida focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

In partnership with Bird Adventure, SFAS Birding and Nature Walks are continuing in 2019!  

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Through a series of field trips, expert guiding, bird classes and instruction

photo credit: Kay McGuinn