| Conservation in a Time of Social Distancing|
|Audubon Florida was founded in 1900. Against a background of epidemics and depressions, world wars and explosive growth, we have played a role in all major conservation issues for over 120 years. These are strange days, but we are adapting and staying focused on what makes us Audubon: our deep commitments to conservation, Florida, and each other.|
Our staff are transitioning to remote work where we can, while still continuing to protect our birds and natural resources in the field. In all places where we work we continue to practice social distancing and follow CDC guidelines.
For now, our Center for Birds of Prey and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary are closed to the public, and our volunteer trainings moved online for the foreseeable future. We are working together to create new material for folks remaining at home, highlighting the amazing species of the Sunshine State.
To keep us connected, Audubon Florida is publishing a weekly newsletter for the duration of the coronavirus outbreak. Our critical efforts to protect birds and the places they need continue, and we want to share our successes and victories with the people who make it all possible – you!
Wishing you all good health and good birds at your window.