GUIDED BIRD WALK Saturday, December 4, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at Paynes Prairie State Park. Enjoy the birds along the La Chua Trail. Meet in the La Chua Trail parking lot at 9:00 a.m. This activity is appropriate for children. Some loaner binoculars available. Guides provided by Alachua Audubon Society. Suggested, but not required: sunscreen, hats, masks. Limit 20.
Presale Eagle License Plate
Eagle lovers and supporters: Here is an opportunity to support an effort by the American Eagle Foundation (AEF) to offer a specialty Bald Eagle license tag in Florida that will benefit eagle education, conservation and protection initiatives in our state. While AEF is located in Tennessee, they have been long-time funders of Audubon Florida’s EagleWatch Program and operate several eagle nest webcams here in Florida that give you an eagle’s eye view into the amazing process eagle parents go through to hatch and raise young. To purchase your presale eagle license plate tag voucher, go to https://myfloridaspecialtyplate.com/eaglevoucherorder.html. In order for the eagle tag to be approved, 3,000 vouchers must be sold. If the minimum presale requirement is met, your tag order will be processed. If they fall short of the necessary presale goal, your purchase will be refunded.
Birds and Brews Cancelled for Oct.3 2021
First Magnitude Brewery is giving their employees a well-earned day off on Oct. 3 2021 so we have cancelled the Birds & Brews walk for that day. See you next month!
The July-August edition of the Crane is out! AAS Field Trips RETURN THIS FALL and more!
The Crane is Alachua Audubon Society’s newsletter, published electronically bi-monthly to our website, with back issues also archived there.
As a member of Alachua Audubon Society or the National Audubon Society, you can receive it in your inbox by sending an email to AlachuaAudubonMembership@gmail.com including your name and address.
New Program Added to the Calendar and New Videos Available
We just added a new program to the calendar. Hummingbirds! We have also finished processing and posting the videos for our last two programs. Check out the just-added program and videos from past programs on our Programs page:
Fraudulent Emails Appearing to Originate from AAS Board Members
The scammers are at it again. Periodically a scammer, pretending to be a Alachua County Audubon Society board member, sends emails to people, typically other board members, asking for assistance in purchasing gift cards for donations to various charities. This is definitely a scam! If you receive such an email please do not reply or otherwise do as they ask.
Video is Available of the Program “Bird Bling: How Banding Birds Aids Conservation”
The video of the program from 3 December 2020, “Bird Bling: How Banding Birds Aids Conservation”, presented by Adam DiNuovo, is now available. You’ll find that video and our full list of programs on the Programs page.
Video is Available of the Program “Building Birding Skills”
The video of the program from 9 November 2020, “Building Birding Skills”, presented by Adam Kent, is now available. You’ll find that video and our full list of programs on the Programs page.
Video is Available of the Program “A New Wetland in Gainesville!”
The video of the program from 4 November 2020, “A New Wetland in Gainesville!”, is now available. You’ll find that video and our full list of programs on the Programs page.