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.
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.
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.
Join our Board of Directors to have a greater impact on our bird community! There are lots of ways to help. You don't have to be a bird expert. (See below for details.)
Link to St. Johns County Audubon Board of Directors Application
See our Conservation Page to read the June 28th article in the Jacksonville Times Union (Jacksonville.com)
See page 8 of the Florida Newsline Publication, The Creekline, to read an article about the Bird Steward activity.
Under the leadership of Stewardship Coordinator, Jean Rolke, the
Largest Least Tern colony in Northeast Florida benefits from Audubon bird stewardship