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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.

 

October 2nd Spiders - Jim Stevenson.. The common spiders of Florida and their role in the ecosystem...bird food and nesting material.

 


 

 

About this trip

Ecuador offers a world of contrasts and is listed among the countries with the greatest number of bird species in the world. Join Clearwater Audubon Society for a journey to some of Ecuador’s top birding hotspots. From abundant hummingbirds and tanagers and Choc√≥ endemics, Ecuador is a spectacular destination for birding.

Highlights

  • Visit productive birding hotspots and wildlife areas, such as Mindo Loma and the Milpe Bird Sanctuary.
  • Seek out regional endemic species like Plumbeous Forest-Falcon, Plate-billed Mountain Toucan and the Glistening-green Tanager.
  • Explore the Alambi Cloud Forest Reserve and its 250 species of birds and 32 hummingbirds.

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Organizations We Support

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Osprey Nesting Platforms

Raptor Program at Moccasin Lake Nature Park

Beach Nesting Birds

Dunedin Hammock Migrating Bird Project

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1. You have reviewed the training video. Yes, this is everyone. Please no one under 18 years old.

2. You have an active Florida Park Service application on file. Has it been more than 1 year? Go to http://www.floridastateparks.org/getinvolved/volform.cfm

3. You have a volunteer shirt, available at https://uniforms.vfimagewear.com/

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Select- My own credit card purchase, continue (see shirt example attached)