St. Johns County Audubon promotes the protection, preservation, and restoration of birds and the habitats in which they seek shelter and food during both migratory and nesting seasons.
St. Johns County Audubon is a 501(c)3 organization
OUR FOCUS AREAS
The St. Johns County Audubon collaborates with The FWC, The Department of Environmental Protection, Audubon Florida and National Audubon to advance our mission. Our current focus areas include imperiled beach nesting birds as well as involvement with other Audubon sponsored bird conservation programs for our area. Bird habitat destruction due to sea level rise as well as native plants are also of great concern to our chapter.
Link- to a September 25th article about the California Least Terns and the San Diego Audubon Society
Read the interview with our own Jean Rolke in the July edition of The FLORIDA NEWSLINE about the struggles facing nesting shorebirds in the ever changing Florida landscape. Also included are tips for avoiding the threats that endanger the birds especially at nesting times.
The future of our planet is in the hands of our youth. So good to see Flager College getting students interested in shore birds. Read more at this link about the good learning opportunity for Flagler students.