Share the Beach with nesting Birds - Tips from Nat'l Aud.
How to remove fishing line from a hooked bird: For deeply embedded or swallowed hooks, or injuries to wings and legs call: Marine Science Center (386) 304-5530. If it is after hours, call (386)561-0624.
|Bird Identification||Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology On-Line Bird Guide|
|Report Banded Bird|
|Local Audubon Chapters|
|Conservation Organizations||National Audubon's Home Page|
|and (data entry for bird sightings)|
|Member’s Pages:||Dan Gribbin -|
|Gina Holt - environmental education and raptor rescue|
|US Fish and Wildlife Service|
|National Park Service|
|US Fish & Wildlife Svc.|
|Florida State Parks|
|- non-profit review of major brands* * links represent the opinions of the site owner; Halifax River Audubon makes no recommendations on brands or on the opinions expressed on these sites|
|Mary Keller Rehab Center at Marine Science Center, Ponce Inlet - 386-304-5530|
|, Bird rehabilitation - 386-299-5890|
|Marine Discovery Center, North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach - 386-428-4828|
|Wildlife Rehabilitation of Daytona Beach, Inc. - Jackie Anthony - 386-767-2500|
|FL Fish & Wildlife - Central call numbers - leave message with location & details - 850-488-3831 or 352-732-1225|
|Audubon Birds of Prey Center, Maitland, FL - 407-644-0190|
|Report Exotic Species|
Rare Birds and Others:
One of Florida's best birders, Harry Robinson, has established a sea watch at Tom Renick Park, in Ormond By The Sea. Click here for more information.