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Audubon Works with Florida State Parks to Rescue Injured Bald Eagle Chick
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Audubon Works with Florida State Parks to Rescue Injured Bald Eagle Chick

The eaglet has been safely placed in a foster nest.

Wind Beneath Our Wings
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Wind Beneath Our Wings

Join us for a virtual event and online auction March 24 – 26, 2021.

Fiber Artist Draws Inspiration from Raptors at the Center for Birds of Prey in New Quilt Collection
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Fiber Artist Draws Inspiration from Raptors at the Center for Birds of Prey in New Quilt Collection

“The sharp gaze of raptors keeps me honest in my life and in my art.”

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey Admits 784 Raptors in 2020
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Audubon Center for Birds of Prey Admits 784 Raptors in 2020

The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey admitted 784 birds to the Raptor Clinic in 2020, rehabilitating and releasing 254 back into the wild.

Volunteers are the Heartbeat of EagleWatch
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Volunteers are the Heartbeat of EagleWatch

This season, 480 community volunteers donated 7,530 volunteer hours for nest monitoring, data reporting, and in some instances, the rescue and transport of Bald Eagles in need of medical attention.

Shifts at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Forge New Opportunities for EagleWatch
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Shifts at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Forge New Opportunities for EagleWatch

EagleWatch will step into the role of providing nest information to stakeholders and will continue to maintain and update the nest map while assigning nest ID’s for new nests reported to EagleWatch and the FWC

EagleWatch: Recapping the 2019-2020 Season
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EagleWatch: Recapping the 2019-2020 Season

Volunteers stayed safe amidst the coronavirus pandemic to monitor Bald Eagle nests across the state.

EagleWatch Auxiliary Banding Study Records Critical Re-Sight Data
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EagleWatch Auxiliary Banding Study Records Critical Re-Sight Data

This season, staff banded and released eight eaglets from five counties. Six of the fledgling eagles came from natural nests and two came from nests on artificial structures. Since inception in 2017, the study has banded and released 48 juvenile eagles.

4Oceans
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4Oceans

Each year the Center supports field research in raptors with supplying samples, specimens and other expertise. Audubon worked with Julie Carlin, UCF student, who’s research explores the difference in abundance and type of microplastic found in birds of prey.

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