"Natural Hillsborough: An Audubon Adventure"
May 11 - June 29, 2021

During this 8-week series, biologists and naturalists from the Tampa Audubon Society present lectures on the natural history of Hillsborough County and west central Florida. Topics range from habitat types to native plants and wildlife. A list of recommended resources will be provided. Each lecture is presented live on Zoom on Tuesdays from 10 am to noon. Recordings are available below. Each lecture consists of visual slides covering the scheduled topics. Field trips for OLLI and Audubon members may be added as optional activities if they are determined safe, in accordance with the County’s COVID-19 guidelines. These optional activities will be announced in the first class, if applicable. The Tampa Audubon Society reserves the right to adjust the speakers’ schedule without notice. For more information, contact Class Coordinators Tammy.Lyons@TampaAudubon.org or Ann.Paul@TampaAudubon.org.

May  11

beginning birding

Speaker: Ann Paul

May 18

birding in your backyard

Speaker: Sandy Reed

MAY 25

hillsborough WILDLIFE & habitats

Speaker: Tammy Lyons

JUNE 1

florida wetlands and karst

Speaker: Mike Mullins

JUNE 8

the flatwoods park
bluebird trail

Speaker: Mary Miller

JUNE 15

reptiles of

west central florida

Speaker: Pam Deneve

JUNE 22

FLORIDA RAPTORS

Speaker: Nancy Murrah

JUNE 29

HISTORY OF LETTUCE LAKE PARK
 
& THE VALUE OF NATIVE PLANTS

Speaker: Joel Jackson