FREE trees available! Help cool the Earth, provide habitat for wildlife, and fight climate change by taking part in the Trees for Life program.
View the previous winners of the Birds Need Plants Photo Contest and how you can enter your own photographs.
Learn about landscaping with native plants for the benefit of birds and purchase native plants for your yard.
Science & nature come together in these thoughtful novels listed here. Know of a good one? Help us expand the list.
Buy your copy of Florida Birds Exposed by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. All proceeds benefit Pelican Island Audubon.
Want to learn more about our Florida Birds? We have over 300 different species that have been seen in our county! What a marvelous opportunity to learn about and see so many unique birds.
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.
Audubon’s Everglades Science Center (ESC) was established in the Florida Keys in 1939, by National Audubon’s first Director of Research, Robert Porter Allen. Allen began a full-time study of the Roseate Spoonbill, living among them in a tent for weeks…
Pelican Island Audubon Society will host Dr. Terry Root discussing the impact of climate change on birds and everything else. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear an expert on the subject. The meeting will be held on Zoom starting at…
Only 4 non-staff folks showed up to hear the very important Research Review Phase of the Indian River County Lagoon Management Plan-Update 2 and what has and should be done by the county to improve Lagoon management.
Read the January 2021 Peligram.
Fantastic Birds of Cuba with Arturo Kirkconnell, Sr. presented at the November 16, 2020 Pelican Island Audubon Society general meeting via Zoom.
Learn about where Indian River County gets all its water in this booklet by Deborah Ecker.