Welcome to Halifax River Audubon, the oldest and largest of the three Audubon chapters in Volusia County, Florida. We offer a variety of information and services to our members and the community at large.
The Pelican, Our Monthly Electronic Newsletter:
Brush Up Those Birding Skills
Ray Scory is offering his popular Birding classes this fall. The classes are structured with the beginner in mind, but many of our members have taken the classes 2 or 3 times to sharpen their skills and to review the basics. There are 3 classroom sessions followed by a field trip 2 days later. For more information, download the flyer for dates and places. The cost for the entire course is only $25.00 to cover the club's expenses. Sign up contact information has changed, so please download a current copy of the sign up sheet with our logo on it for the new information. Only the contact information has changed and you can contact Joan Tague - listed on the form - with questions. If you have paid and have reserved your spot in the class we look forward to seeing you at the first session.
21st Space Coast Birding Festival
Registration for the festival has opened and the catalog of this season's field trips and lectures are available now. Click here for the link.
Our Field Trips Have Started
Download a printable copy of the field trip schedule so that you can start planning. There are several outings that require reservations and have limited slots so they will be on a first come, first serve basis.
October Meeting - Up Close and Personal with Nesting Birds
Dan Gribbin will share his photography at our next meeting with a focus on on the habits of the White-tailed Tropicbirds of Bermuda. These birds nest in holes on the south shore of the island. He will also highlight the American Oystercatchers that nest on the islands along the HalifaxRiver.
The public is welcome to attend the meeting October 16th at Sica Hall, 1065 Daytona Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32117. Doors open at 6:30. Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.
Harry Robinson has conducted a Sea Watch at Tom Renick County Park in Ormond Beach for a year, chronicling the movement of birds along our coast. He is continuing his observations, looking for trends in this activity. He welcomes anyone who wants to join him on watch mornings. All of the 2016 information is available on our website along with his extensive work at the Lake Apopka Restoration Area and Audubon Park. Click here for the details.
Rehab Center at Marine Science Center, Ponce Inlet
Marine Discovery Center
North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach
Wildlife Rehabilitation of Daytona Beach, Inc.
10/25/2017 at 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Mead Gardens and the Bird of Prey Center
11/8/2017 to 11/10/2017
Gainesville Florida Overnight Trip
11/15/2017 at 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM