Audubon Club

Share in this clubs mission to educate and advocate to promote conservation and to provide opportunities to discover nature and help forge life-long connections between people and the environment.

Purpose: To promote an understanding of, and interest in, all wildlife and the environment that supports it; and to further the cause of conservation of natural resources.

Meetings: Held first Saturday of the month, October through April, in the Florida Room beginning with a social at 9:30AM  followed by a scheduled program at 10:00AM.  Our monthly speakers and presentations provide a great way to learn the location of the area’s interesting parks and preserves.  Presentations range from birds, bees, flowers and animals, to conservation issues and photography tips.  Field Trips:  We conduct monthly field trips to see and watch birds and animals and a yearly three-day trip to areas of interest throughout the State.  Wear comfortable walking shoes on field trips; bring binoculars, scopes, cameras, field guides, water, sun screen and a wide brimmed hat.

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