Audubon Florida's 2021 Conservation Action Agenda

South Florida Audubon Society

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SEA TURTLE HATCHLING VOLUNTEER

South Florida Audubon Society is 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 2021 season, please complete the inquiry form by clicking the button below

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South Florida Audubon Society has teamed up with EarthCam, Birding Adventures, NatureScape Broward, and the School Board of Broward County to deliver a unique look at a Burrowing Owl colony.

ADOPT A DUNE 


Sand dunes serve an important purpose by protecting beachfront property and inland areas from coastal water intrusion.

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RESCUE UNWANTED AND ABANDONED COMPANION BIRDS

To reduce the number of non-native bird species being released into the wild, South Florida Audubon Society will work with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Exotic Pet Amnesty Program


To surrender your bird please call Exotic Species Hotline at 

1-888-Ive-Got1 (483-4681). 


If you need accidents please contact David Walker at 954-279-6094

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OUR MISSION

TO OUR DONORS, WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


Because of your support, it allows SFAS to continue all our conservation, outreach/education and advocacy programs, projects, and more. 

  • TD Charitable Foundation,
  • Vertical Bridge
  • Quick Reference Publishing,
  • Audubon Florida,
  • Whole Kids Foundation
  • Orangetheory Fitness
  • National Save The Sea Turtle Foundation,
  • National Audubon Society 
  • JM Family Enterprises, Inc,
  • FPL,

Thank you!

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HELPTHE BIRDS

Nov. 18th, 2021

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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.

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INJURED OR ORPHANED BIRDS​

South Florida Audubon Society recommends South Florida Wildlife Rehab Centers.


For questions about injured or orphaned wildlife, South Florida Wildlife Rehab Centers at (954) 524-4302