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Washington Oaks Field Trip
Follow up Joes talk on Saturday, March 30 for a walk with him at washington Oaks.
Welcome to our site
We're delighted you have chosen our site to stop and browse. Located in St. Augustine, Florida, the St. Johns County Audubon Society offers members and visitors spectacular natural habitat: seashores and beaches, salt and fresh water marshes, meadows, rivers, and forests. Our county Bird List contains over 250 species including eagles, ospreys, black-necked stilts, painted buntings, swallow-tailed kites, herons, egrets, hawks, owls, pelicans, and many more.
We welcome guests at our program meetings and field trips. Weave through our nest and enjoy!
Make sure to check out our Yahoo! Group, where you can get updates on chapter activities and speak with other members about birding and conservation opportunities.
St. Johns Audubon is the voice of conservation in St. Johns County, Florida, promoting the protection, preservation, and restoration of birds, other wildlife and their habitat through science-based advocacy and education.
IMPORTANT MEETING CHANGES
MEETING DATES, PLACES, AND TIMES WILL VARY. PLEASE CHECK HERE FOR INFORMATION.
Our next meeting will be Monday, May 20, 6:00 - 7 pm, at St. Johns County's Main Library on US 1 North.
We hope you'll turn out this Monday night for our last Audubon Chapter Meeting before the summer. As you know, last year, Anastasia State Park hosted a colony of Least Terns and they are back this year. But the park is also home to other imperiled species. Cristy Leonard, park specialist and a ranger will be presenting about the Wildlife Treasures of Anastasia State Park at the St. Johns Audubon program meeting this Monday May 20th at the Main Library 1960 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd, St. Augustine.
Cristy will talk about the Anastasia Island beach mouse, an endemic species found nowhere else in the world and listed as endangered at the federal level., as well as about Gopher Tortoises, a Florida threatened species, so important to our coastal ecosystems that we have to forgive them for eating a Least Tern egg here and then…
The program is free and open to all, please help pass the word around.