Sadly, sometimes a person finds a bird that has died. See our Reporting Sightings page to learn what to do.
It was a wonderful day (Jan 12th) at Sweetwater Wetlands Park. We noted 39 species in our eBird count.
Thanks to everyone who came out!
Click to enlarge the birding 101 Flyer
St. Johns County Audubon promotes the protection, preservation, and restoration of the habitats of birds and other wildlife through education, stewardship, and conservation science-based advocacy.
St. Johns County, Florida, will be a nationally-recognized sanctuary for migratory and native birds with bird-friendly neighborhoods, pristine waters, and beaches that support a robust wildlife population.
Create a Water Advocacy Project
& Get Funding & Training to Implement it!
SJCA has received a grant from the National Audubon Society to provide support to individuals or teams of St. Johns County residents who want to to spread awareness of water issues and encourage responsible water stewardship in St. Johns County.
Please use the link below to see our RFP for details.
Contact us (email@example.com) if you would like more information or to get started.
The Water Advocate RFP (updated 9/12/2018)