Read the April 2022 Peligram newsletter.
See how you can transform your grassy yard! We’ve planted an Education & Demonstration Native Garden at County Commission Building A to help Save our Manatees, Fishes, and Birds!
To save our Earth including its people, rivers, Lagoon, fishes, manatees, and birds, we must recognize that humankind is not separate from nature. We are all part of the natural world and depend on it for our very existence.
Read the March 2022 Peligram.
NEW! Beginning Birding class held in a Series of 3 Field Trips Limited to 12 participants (PIAS members only) —three 1.5 hour field experiences!
The March 21, 2022 Pelican Island Audubon meeting on Zoom features Diane Morgan presenting a fascinating presentation on the local manatee: its natural history, its place in our culture, and how best to protect one of Florida’s most beloved animals.
As part of the PIAS Trees for Life/Plants for Birds project, our vision for this garden is to educate and demonstrate to the public that a native plant garden can be beautiful and functional.
Read the February 2022 Peligram newsletter.
Watch the Pelican Island Audubon January 17, 2022 general meeting recorded via Zoom as Deborah Green presents Plants for Birds: The Caterpillar Connection. https://youtu.be/4cIX6hK9RZE
Unfortunately, some trees and plants introduced into Florida are very bad for our environment. Of the more than 4,000 plant species in Florida, 1,300+ are non-native. Over 225 are invasive pest plants imported as ornamental plants; many continue to be sold!