Duval Audubon Society

Serving Clay, Duval, and Nassau Counties


Carolyn Antman, Duval Audubon Society President, speaking about the valuable contribution our chapter makes to the community. Click to watch the video

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Sat, Mar 28th, @8:00am - 12:00PM
Crosby Saturday - Field Trip and Work Day
Fri, Apr 3rd
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary - 1st Annual Florida Parks Weekend
Sun, Apr 5th, @8:00am - 12:00PM
Theodore Roosevelt Preserve - Migration Madness
Sat, Apr 11th, @8:00am - 12:00PM
Reddie Point - Migration Madness
Sun, Apr 12th, @8:00am - 12:00PM
Princess Place Preserve - Migration Madness
Sat, Apr 18th, @8:00am - 11:00AM
University of North Florida Nature Trail - Migration Madness
Sun, Apr 19th, @6:00am - 12:00PM
Kingsley Plantation
Mon, Apr 20th, @7:30pm - 09:00PM
Pelagic Birds of Florida's Northeast Coast
Sat, Apr 25th, @8:00am - 12:00PM
Crosby Saturday - Field Trip and Work Day
Sun, Apr 26th, @4:00pm - 08:00PM
J. J. Audubon's Birthday Celebration

2015 Duval Audubon's Eagle Award Recipient PDF Print E-mail


Congratulations to Carolyn Antman, President of Duval Audubon Society. She is this year's recipient of the 2015 Duval Audubon Society Eagle Award presented by Pete Johnson, our Conservation Director, at the annual Mayor's Environmental Luncheon March 12th accompanied by Mayor Alvin Brown.



 
Our Spring Newsletter is Available! PDF Print E-mail

The spring edition of our newsletter is now available. Take a look to see what we have been doing!

Spring is also an excellent time of year to join us on some of our outings. Audubon Observer

 
314 Species on the Brink! PDF Print E-mail

Audubon’s Birds and Climate Change Report has been released and it isn’t good news for nearly half of the bird species in the U.S. Decreased habitat and shifting ranges due to climate change are increasingly impacting the survival of some of our most beloved species.

There is a bit of good news, however. Florida is positioned to play a critical role in the future of our birds, but we need to be actively engaged in the effort. Here are some things you can do to help protect birds.

 
An Asset in Our Community PDF Print E-mail

Carolyn Antman, Duval Audubon Society President, speaking about the valuable contribution our chapter makes to the community. Filmed at our Crosby Sanctuary in Orange Park, Florida.

 
Recent Sightings PDF Print E-mail
 
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