P.O. Box 97

Clearwater Florida 33757



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Monthly Meetings are held at 7pm on the first Monday of the month October-May at Moccasin Lake Nature Park 2750 Park Trail Lane, Clearwater, FL 33759. Mix-and-mingle starts at 6:30. All of our meetings are free and open to the public.

APril Meeting

 April 2nd - Sea of Cortez - Dr. Lynn Sumerson Cousteau called Baja California and the Sea of Cortez the world's aquarium. Lynn Sumerson will take you on a trip to this spectacular place to observe Wilderness ,Whales, Birds and other creatures in this extraordinary place.

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CAS Returns to Cross Bar Ranch
May 12th, 6:00AM – 3:30PM

Limited to 16 birders (Due to seating limitations on the ranch’s safari bus.)

Reservations must be made with Dale Goebel (727) 510-1462 ASAP

Meet at the Walgreen’s at the corner of US19 N and Curlew Road. Please bring a lunch, water and money for carpooling driver.

Birds, Reptiles and Mammals Possibly Seen…

Sandhill cranes, scrub jays, burrowing owls, eastern bluebirds, American kestrel, red-headed woodpeckers, Bobwhite quail, wild turkey, purple gallinule, barred owls, herons, egrets, spotted sandpiper, least bittern, wood stork, wood duck, vultures, hawks, yellow-billed cuckoos, hairy, pileated, red-bellied, down woodpeckers, northern flickers, great crested flycatchers, eastern kingbirds, eastern meadowlark, purple martins, American crows, brown thrashers, summer tanagers, gopher tortoises,  and many others. 

Pasco County’s Cross Bar Ranch Environmental Education Center is located on a 12,500 acre well field in north-central Pasco County, Florida.  The land has wetlands ecology, deciduous forests and prairie environments.  Cross Bar is home to 17 wells that produce 22.5 million gallons of water per day to contribute to the region’s drinking water supply and are managed by Tampa Bay Water, which serves Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.



Help us feed our raptors at Mocassin Lake Nature Park

It costs 700.00/month to feed our raptors at MLNP. We appreciate any donations. Thank you.




March Field Trips

March 3rd Monthly Bird Walk at Moccasin Lake Nature Park. Meet at 8:00am Leader- Madeleine Bohrer 748-6885.

March 10th Honeymoon Island State Park Meet. at 8:00am. Shorebirds, eagle/owl nests. Meet behind McDonald’s corner of Curlew and Alt 19. Leader- Frank Brandt 219-7509.

March 17th Celery Fields Sarasota. Meet at 7:00am at Wal-Mart 2677 Roosevelt Blvd. We’ll stop for lunch and bring money for carpooling. Leader Dale Goebel - 510-1462.

March 24th Philippe Park Safety Harbor. Brown Booby’s, nesting owls, warblers, etc. Meet at the park’s shelter #2 parking lot at 8:00am. Leader - Lynn Sumerson 215-7477.

March 31st Cockroach Bay. Meet at the Wal-Mart 2677 Roosevelt Blvd. at 7:30am. Bring money for carpooling. Leader - Lynn Sumerson 215-7477.




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