Halifax River Audubon
Halifax River Audubon A Florida Chapter of the National Audubon Society
Serving The Greater Daytona Beach Area

Halifax River Audubon

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.

March 2020 Meeting


Paul Rebmann, talented and award winning nature photographer, president of the Pawpaw Chapter of the Native Pant Society and long-time Ormond Beach resident will be our speaker. He will share beautiful photography featuring the wildflowers of Florida.

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Our Birds Are In Peril

Coming out October 2019, a new study from National Audubon Society scientists builds on Audubon’s 2014 Birds and Climate Change Report that revealed climate change is the number one threat to birds. Audubon’s scientists continued to closely analyze this relationship using the latest climate science research methods and modeling, while significantly expanding their pool of data sources and bird records to capture a deeper, more extensive analysis of the effects of climate change on North American bird species. The latest report shows that North American birds are more vulnerable than ever from rising temperatures and climate-related events like sea level rise, droughts, fires, and extreme weather. The good news is that our science also shows that if we take action now we can improve the chances for the majority of species at risk from climate change. Our birds are telling us that it’s time to act now. 

Click here to download an overview of the study

Click here to be directed to Audubon for the complete information


"The Pelican" Newsletter

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Learn About Halifax River Audubon and More:

Field Trip Schedule for Download - 2019/2020 Season 

Plants For Birds - For more information about Audubon's native plant initiative, please check the link below for details. In addition to the great information on the site, you can generate a list of plants that are specific to our area.

Audubon Adventures - Learn about this elementary school program in Volusia County and see how you can help

Cuba Coloring Book Project - Learn about this exciting endeavor and buy a book or two

Seawatch Reports and more - Record of the observations at Tom Rennick Park in Ormond Beach by Harry Robinson

Dunlawton Bridge Numbers -Harry has joined with Kim Ramos and Sam Krah on Tuesday afternoons at Dunlawton Bridge. Together they have compiled their observations into a concise spreadsheet.

The Advocateis Audubon Florida's monthly newsletter featuring up-to-the-minute developments in environmental issues.‚Äč Read previous editions below and sign up to receive the Advocate for yourself.

Birding Away From Home - a list of upcoming events both near and far


Other News:

 Learn Why the Indian River Lagoon Matters from Dr. Duane De Freese

Halifax River Audubon has chosen the IRL as a strategic priority. To kick off our new year, we invited Duane De Freese, Ph.D., Executive Director of the IRL Council & Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program to speak on the issues and plans to restore this vital resource. His presentation is available on our web site.

See an Injured Bird?

Mary Keller
Rehab Center at Marine Science Center, Ponce Inlet

Gina Holt

Marine Discovery Center
North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach

Jackie Anthony
Wildlife Rehabilitation of Daytona Beach, Inc.


Upcoming Events

3/6/2020 at 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Lake Woodruff

3/13/2020 at 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Sweetwater Wetlands

3/16/2020 at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Halifax River Audubon Monthly Meeting

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