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Events Next 30 Days
|Sun, Nov 2nd, @8:00am - 11:00AM|
GTM Research Reserve Sea Watch
|Sat, Nov 8th, @10:00am - 05:00PM|
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
|Sun, Nov 16th, @8:00am - 01:00PM|
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park
|Mon, Nov 17th, @7:30pm - 09:00PM|
Idioms to Research By
|Sat, Nov 22nd, @9:00am - 12:00PM|
Crosby Sanctuary - Bridge/Trail Maintenance & Nature Walk
|Sun, Nov 23rd, @8:45am - 12:00PM|
Jacksonville Zoo Scavenger Hunt
Matt Smith, Audubon
EagleWatch Coordinator, will be conducting Florida Audubon’s EagleWatch
Training on November 15th at the University of North Florida’s JM
Golden Pavilion from 10:00 am- 12:00 noon. This is an excellent volunteer
opportunity to monitor Bald Eagle nests in Florida from October to May.
Find out where eagles live
and nest in NE Florida. Volunteers can earn volunteer hours for school. Be a
part of the expansion of Audubon EagleWatch on a statewide basis. Come to UNF
on November 15 and make a difference!
For more information visit http://fl.audubon.org/audubon-eaglewatch
or call Carolyn Antman, 904-737-1019 to learn more about the program.
Who loves Jaguars? No, we’re
not talking about our football team, although we still love them, too. We’re
talking cats, big cats - Jaguars. Here’s the thing. We don’t know a lot about Jaguar
reproduction, but our next program on November 17th will feature an
organization, South-East Zoo Alliance for Reproduction and Conservation, that
is studying this.
Another beloved cat is our
endangered Florida Panther. SEZARC is working in the Everglades to insure that
our remaining population has genetic diversity by introducing new genes in the
population. They are also working with the endangered Okapi at White Oak.
SEZARC is on a mission to
save the world’s threatened and endangered species from extinction. Come to our
program on the 17th and lean about how their reproductive techniques
are assisting with this goal.
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.
Duval Audubon Society President, speaking about the valuable contribution our
chapter makes to the community. Filmed at our Crosby Sanctuary in Orange Park,
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IMPORTANT CONSERVATION NEWS
Duval Auduon Important Conservation News
9 Feb 2014 | 4:55 pm
We did it! Thanks to the amazing volunteers and supporters throughout the state, the Water and Land Conservation Amendment will be on the November 2014 ballot! FLWLL Website (click link) for full details, amendment language and how to help! Duval[…]