Audubon of Southwest Florida
Post Office Box 61041
Fort Myers, Florida 33906-1041

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Birding

Emergency Information - Injured Wildlife:
CROW Clinic, Sanibel;
Conservancy SWFL, Naples


Florida through the lens of Mark Renz

Video of an Osprey from ARJKive

Check the Eco-Voice Calendar for local birding trips and festivals.

 

Audubon’s Corkscrew Sanctuary – open daily

Babcock Ranch Preserve - infomation on eco-tours, hiking trails, horse back riding, and hunting/recreational permits

Big O Birding Festivallast weekend in March  

Birdathon – with Audubon of Southwest Florida’s Annual Meeting

Burrowing Owl Festival – February

Caloosa Bird Club - weekly trips

Charlotte Harbor Estuary Days - November

Christmas Bird Count

Ding Darling Days - October

EBird - Global tools for birders, critical data for science

Florida Ornithological Society

Great Backyard Bird Count

Lee County Bird Patrol Trips - weekly

OspreyWatch - The Center for Conservation Biology of the College of William and Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University is pleased to announce the launch of OspreyWatch, a citizen science project created to collect data on breeding osprey.  This is a global, long-term project.

Purple Martin FestivalFort Myers

Southwest Florida Nature Festival - January

STA5 Birding - Spring and Fall counts, regular outings

Project FeederWatch - Project FeederWatch is a  Cornell University   survey of birds that visit feeders at backyards, nature centers, community areas, and other locales in North America. FeederWatchers periodically count the highest numbers of each species they see at their feeders from November through early April. FeederWatch helps scientists track broadscale movements of winter bird populations and long-term trends in bird distribution and abundance. Website includes excellent information on bird feeders and a new homeschoolers guide for the program..

Ornithology – Bird identification lessons

Birding information

FGCU's Dr. Jerry Jackson's radio programs "With the Wild Things"


The Great Florida Birding Trail (GFBT) is a collection of sites throughout Florida selected for their excellent birdwatching or bird education opportunities. This 2000-mile trail is designed to conserve and enhance Florida's bird habitat by promoting birdwatching activities, environmental education and economic opportunity

 

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