Each month, we hold a members meeting with an invited speaker. We are thrilled to announce TWO new meeting locations this year! In-person meetings include a guest speaker's presentation. View past meetings, find meeting locations, or see the schedule of upcoming speakers by clicking the button below.
Each month, we send out a newsletter to our membership via email. The current month's issue can be found here, as well as past issues and how to subscribe to future issues. Keep up to date with our meeting schedule, special events, breaking conservation issues, our accomplishments, and our future direction.
Join us as we explore the great outdoors! Our field trips are open to the public. Approx. length and duration of trip (i.e., half day, all day, 1 mile, 6 miles, etc), degree of difficulty and any special items you should bring will be listed. The monthly walk in Lettuce Lake Park on the second Saturday of each month is a great introduction for beginning birders.
Whether you are birding locally or around the world, wondering what to do about an injured or banded bird you've found, or wanting to create and enhance habitat for birds, we have some really handy resources for you!
Each year, we plan a group trip somewhere out of our local area -- this can be out of state, or even out of the country! Space is limited, and trips fill up quickly. In 2021, we are going to Belize, and in 2022, we are cruising the Caribbean. Interested in gallivanting with us? Click the link below.
We are dedicated to a few central causes which we believe are crucial in helping us achieve our goals. As a growing movement, we divide our time and efforts so that we can truly invest in each of the following causes:
Burrowing owls are a threatened species. Once plentiful, they are now all but gone in Florida. Look for them on the ground or short fenceposts in open areas like pastures, golf courses, sports fields and lawns. TAS initiatives include building artificial burrows, erecting signage to protect sensitive areas and existing burrows, monitoring active burrows. If you give a hoot, click the button below.
Reel them in, don't cut the line! One of our special projects at the Tampa Audubon Society is helping and preventing hooked birds. Due to the abundance of coastal environments and other fishing habitat, hooked birds are a common sight. Maybe you fish or know someone who does, or maybe you just like to go to the beach a lot. To learn more, click the link below.
TAS Member Mary Miller leads efforts to monitor and protect bluebird nests in the Tampa area, and publishes her data weekly to our website during nesting season. If you are interested in learning more about how we help bluebirds, want to participate in our weekly surveys, or perhaps want to sponsor one of our annual bluebird nesting boxes, click the button below.
Ways you can help right now:
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Help secure the future for birds at risk from climate change, habitat loss and other threats. Your support will power our science, education, advocacy and on-the-ground conservation efforts.