Orange Audubon Society
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Birds of Prey
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
by Laura VonMutius
The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey highlights conservation in Florida, climate change, and Eagle Eyes on the Environment, a behind the scenes look into rehabilitation. Educational activities include on site and off site programs, special events, volunteer opportunities and Eagle Eyes on the Environment programs. The Center also hosts Audubon Eagle Watch, a statewide citizen science program dedicated to the protection of Bald Eagles and their habitat. Through this program, many volunteers in the field monitor nesting success of more than 25% of the states nesting population.
Orange Audubon Societies programs are free and no reservations are necessary. Programs are held in the Camellia Room of Leu Gardens,1920 N. Forest Avenue, Orlando (for directions, visit http://www.leugardens.org/plan/directions.htm.
For additional information, call 407-637-2525.
See the Winners of
Orange Audubon Society's
2017 (29th Annual)
Kit and Sidney Chertok
Florida Native Photography Contest
Click here to see
The 2017 winners
Orange Audubon Society (OAS) co-sponsors the Lake Apopka Wildlife Festival and Birdapalooza, a free-family oriented festival introducing people to the Lake Apopka North Shore. OAS is organizer of the associated Birdapalooza Birding Festival, with professional guides, workshops, and keynotes.
Save the dates - January 18-22, 2018 and check back for updates.
Article in the Audubon Florida Naturalist: "The Lake Apopka North Shore: A Birding Paradise"
2017 Birdapalooza Report
by Rebecca Smith
Orange Audubon has had another successful Birdapalooza event for 2017! This was the first year the event stretched over the course of three days with guided tours from professional birders. I was glad to be able to share my knowledge of . . . More
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Chimney Swift Tower
at Orlando Wetlands Park