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The mission of the Seminole Audubon Society is to promote awareness and protection of the plants and animals in the St Johns River basin in order to sustain the beneficial coexistence of nature and humans.

Seminole Audubon Society meetings are held at 2 pm on the second Sunday each month from September to April in the meeting room at the Seminole County Public Library - North Branch in Sanford. Each meeting has a guest speaker. Seminole Audubon Society also has monthly field trips to a variety of birding hotspots in central Florida. Meetings and some field trips are open to the public. Lecture topics and field trip locations can be found at http://www.seminoleaudubon.org/

If you are interested in furthering your knowledge of birds, meeting other birders, and helping to conserve habitat for birds and other wildlife, please join Seminole Audubon Society.

Past events (221)

Cleanup at Lake Jesup Park

Lake Jesup Park

Earth Day Birdathon

Online event

Birding at Orlando Wetlands Park

Orlando Wetlands Park

Birds of Colombia and Ecuador

UF/IFAS Seminole County Extension Office - Auditorium

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