P.O. Box 97
Clearwater Florida 33757
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.
December 7th A History of Bird Conservation in Tampa Bay Ann Paul Regional Coord. for Audubon's FL Coastal Islands Sanctuaries centered in the Tampa Bay region, will present a history of bird conservation in the west coast area of FL. Paul will outline current sanctuary bird protection activities and highlight Audubon Florida's statewide conservation initiatives.
November Field Trips
November 7th Monthly Bird Walk at Moccasin Lake Nature Park Meet at 8:00am Leader - Madeline Bohrer 748-6885
November 14th Key Green Key, Toyota Duck Ponds, Key Vista and Anclote Gulf Parks Meet at the Walgreens at the corner of US19 and Curlew Rd. on the SW corner at 7:00am. Lunch in Tarpon Springs following the walk. Leader - Dale Goebel 734-3384
November 21st Circle B Bar Preserve - Lakeland Meet at the Wal-Mart 2677 Roosevelt Blvd. at 7:30am. Bring a lunch. Leader - Lynn Sumerson 596-8822
November 28th Celery Fields (Sarasota Audubon’s 1.3 million dollar Nature & Education Center) & Felts Preserve Meet at Wal-mart 2677 Roosevelt Blvd. at 7:30am. Bring a lunch. Leader - John Hood 461-4772
Audubon Explorers is starting up again this year. It is a birding program for students ages 10-14. Download the application form for more information.
June 26th-July1st, 2016
Home to spectacular glaciers, thermal hot springs, and hundreds of volcanoes, it’s no wonder Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice. The country’s avifauna is equally impressive, with its remote location at the junction of two oceans making for a unique mix of vagrant and migratory birds from both the east and west.
Join Clearwater Audubon Society on this exploration of some of Iceland’s best birding spots, from Lake Mývatn to Europe’s largest bird cliff, for the chance to observe an array of species, including auks, petrels, cormorants, gannets, gulls, terns, waders, stilts, and birds of prey.
Local Overnight trips
Feburary 27-28th Merritt Island NWR, Ponce Inlet and Daytona Beach
Gulls, wintering ducks, shorebirds and wading birds. Merritt Island and surrounding area is a prime birding area for wintering birds. Contact Dale Goebel 734-3384. Reservations required. Click here for more information.
March 5-6th Citrus County
From the Pine Flatwoods to the Coastal shoreline, this trip explores the various habitats of Citrus Co. This trip provides an opportunity to find many species of birds that call Citrus County home. Contact Paul Trunk 430-0368 or email@example.com for details.
April 8th-9th Kissimmee Prairie State Park with Gallus Quigley
The 54,000 acre preserve offers excellent seasonal birding opportunities and is home to the endangered Florida Grasshopper Sparrow, as well as the Crested Caracara and Burrowing Owl. Contact Dale Goebel 734-3384. Reservation required. Click here for more information.
Western Washington State July 2016
July 15th – 25th, 2016
The Olympic Peninsula, Westport, Olympia and Mt. Rainier Regions. Birding in Sequim, Neah Bay, Port Angeles, Cape Flattery, Hurricane Ridge (Olympic Mt. Range) the cliffs over the Strait of Juan de Fuca, dinner cruise to Protection Island - to see nesting Tufted Puffins, Rhinoceros Auklets, Glaucous-winged Gulls and possible Black Oystercatchers. Click here for more information
Contact: Dale Goebel 734-3384 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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