Field Trips & Morning Nature Walks

Important Statement Regarding COVID-19 and Field Trips

During the PIAS 2020-2021 season, we will be leading a smaller number of field trips because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our goal is to offer a series of exciting visits to good birding locations that will get people outdoors while keeping each other safe and healthy. Birding offers a wonderful means of escaping the indoors, exercising, socializing with friends at a distance and contributing to our mental well-being.

Participants must sign up for trips on our website so we may limit the number of people. Following CDC safety guidelines, masks will be required and physical distancing observed when necessary, for example, on crowded boardwalks and trails. In the past, we have encouraged carpooling to trip locations, but will not do so this year. We will not share binoculars or spotting scopes, so please bring your own equipment. By following these few simple steps, we can enjoy nature together and maintain our health. 


Schedule of 2022 Pelican Island Audubon Field Trips & Morning Nature Walks.
Click here for the meeting & program schedule.

Check back often. More field trips to be added.

2022
MORNING NATURE WALK (approximately one hour long) Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 8:30AM – Sebastian Inlet State Park – Guide Lani York will lead a Morning Nature Walk to Sebastian Inlet State Park on Sunday, May 22nd, starting at 8:30 a.m.  Sebastian Inlet State Park is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail and is home to many types of shorebirds and migratory species.  Thousands of plant and animal species inhabit this park and the surrounding nutrient-rich waters.  Manatees, dolphins and immense schools of fish can be seen swimming through the inlet.
Please meet Lani at the parking lot under the bridge at the north entrance of the park.  Remember there is an $8.00 fee per car to enter. Walk is limited to ten people. Registration is required. Click to register.
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