Pelican Island Audubon Society seeks a position for its environmental and science based outdoor program we call Audubon Advocates.
Pelican Island Audubon Society (PIAS) is looking for a dynamic individual to fill a new position of Executive Director.
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Buy your copy of Florida Birds Exposed by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. All proceeds benefit Pelican Island Audubon.
View the previous winners of the Birds Need Plants Photo Contest and how you can enter your own photographs.
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.
Science & nature come together in these thoughtful novels listed here. Know of a good one? Help us expand the list.
This guide will introduce you to some of the birding sites in Indian River County and the surrounding area.
A video about the installation of Pelican Island Audubon’s Native Plant Education & Demonstration Garden at the Indian River County Administration Complex.
Blue Cypress Lake: an Osprey Paradise Osprey Pandion haliaetus by Bill Loftus, Ph.D. On a calm, sunny morning in April, a small boat captained by Jim Shea leaves the dock at Blue Cypress Lake with three other Pelican Island Audubon…
A Mouthful to Cache Florida Scrub-Jay Aphelocoma coerulescens by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. Did you know that our Florida Scrub-Jay is so very smart? In the fall when oaks produce acorns, one Jay caches (hides and stores) over 8000 acorns…
From most populous to threatened Tricolored Heron Egretta tricolor Order CICONIIFORMES – Family ARDEIDAE by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. Even on a cold and wet PIAS field trip to Orlando Wetlands, the birds can be found but …also cold and…
Red-headed Woodpecker Melanerpes erythrocephalus by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. Although it evolved much earlier, fossils of this Red-headed Woodpecker indicate that this beauty was living in Florida 1.6-2.0 million years ago along with saber-tooth tiger, mastodon, giant armadillo, and camel,…
Brazilian Pepper Thrives, but fewer of our Native Birds do by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. Brazilian pepper is spreading across Florida after being imported into Florida for its beauty. Beauty it is, in this photo by John Wolaver of a…