View the previous winners of the Birds Need Plants Photo Contest and how you can enter your own photographs.
Native trees and plants available for purchase. Free Southern Live Oaks! Click to learn more.
Get outdoors and learn about our natural environments with these guided morning nature walks.
Buy your copy of Florida Birds Exposed by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. All proceeds benefit Pelican Island Audubon.
Buy a copy of the second edition of Reflections of Blue Cypress by Richard & Juanita Baker.
Pelican Island Audubon Society is dedicated to bringing people of color and diverse backgrounds into our membership.
Learn about the best places to see migrating birds in Indian River County.
This guide will introduce you to some of the birding sites in Indian River County and the surrounding area.
Science & nature come together in these thoughtful novels listed here. Know of a good one? Help us expand the list.
Watch the September 20, 2021 Pelican Island Audubon general meeting on Zoom featuring Innocent Victims: Wildlife and Plastic with Terry Root, Ph.D.
This video explores the importance of the southern flow of water in the Everglades.
The President’s Hootby Richard H. Baker, Ph.D.September 2021 Our Earth is undergoing its “Sixth Extinction,” as is Elizabeth Kolbert’s 2014 book title that alerts us to the rapid loss of biodiversity. Nearly 30,000 terrestrial vertebrate species with populations numbering fewer than…
Read the September 2021 Peligram.
Sign up for an Egret Marsh Beginner Birding Walk.
You know how people say, “I’ve got good news and I’ve got bad news”? Well, this is like that except the good news is bad too. We need healthy seagrass — the kind that’s still alive, that is.