Orange Audubon Society meetings are normally held the 3rd Thursday of every month (Sept. - June) at 7 pm in the Camellia Room at:

Harry P. Leu Garden
1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803-1537


 

For Directions to Leu Gardens please click HERE

 


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JOIN US

Orange Audubon Society relies on the involvement and support of individuals like you to conserve the birds, wildlife, and natural ecosystems of the Central Florida area.

Interested in becoming a member? Just print and mail this membership form to become part of the Orange Audubon Society.

If you need to RENEW your membership, please wait for National Audubon to mail you the renewal form, please do not use the membership form .

Your basic membership of $20.00 supports our efforts to help safeguard Florida's natural environment, and also entitles you to receive three publications:

Audubon
The Florida Naturalist
OASis

Membership Form


Teachers: Bring the natural world to your classroom with

Audubon Adventures

Click HERE for more information


OAS Field Trips for 20152016

List coming soon


Limited Edition Field Trips

List coming soon

 

Limited Edition Field Trips are restricted to 15 people per trip and have a cost of $10/person/trip for members and $15/ person/trip for non-members. Reservations are required and will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis the week prior to the trip. For trip reservations, call Bob Sanders at (407) 454-0542. [Note mix of Saturday & Sunday trips.]


SPECIAL EVENTS

List to come


   

 

Orphaned or
       Injured Wildlife?

What to do if you find a baby bird

In many cases “orphaned” baby birds are kidnapped when they should be left alone, not taken to a rehabber.

For rehabilitation sources, visit:

Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Information Directory

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey (Raptors Only)
407-644-0190


Speakers Bureau

Orange Audubon Society has a list of speakers who are willing to address schools and organizations on subjects such as birds, plants, the environment, and Florida outdoors. Call or email

 

Deborah Green

407-637-2525

 

 

 

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