Read the October 2021 Peligram.
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.
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.
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News articles and photos documenting the potentially harmful algae at the Oslo Boat Ramp.
Ospreys 2021 - The Revival of a Global Raptor with Alan Poole, Ph.D., Associate of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, recorded on Zoom for the May 17, 2021 Pelican Island Audubon Society general meeting. https://youtu.be/eQOC3FZTCMo
A wary and alert Wilson’s Snipe blends in amongst the plants © Andrew Liu 3/16/2021 Green Cay Wetlands Wilson’s Snipe Gallinago delicata by Juanita N. Baker, Ph.D. Wilson’s Snipe are so elusive that many practical jokes…