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Audubon Extra – April 21, 2021 Blakiston’s Fish Owl – A Quest to Find and Save the World’s Largest Owl – Register click here
Jonathan Slaght, wildlife biologist and author working full time for the Wildlife Conservation Society as their Russia & Northeast Asia Coordinator will discuss his fascinating book Owls of the Eastern Ice, where we join a small team in Siberia for late-night monitoring missions, and fireside tales of the fish owls: careful hunters, devoted parents, singers of eerie duets, and irrepressible survivors in a harsh and shrinking habitat.
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Welcome to the Sarasota Audubon Society!
An extremely active chapter with numerous trips and projects to engage you: monthly meetings with fascinating speakers, day trips, national and international trips, road and park clean ups, and nature walks for kids and adults. Please visit us at the Sarasota Audubon Nature Center. Our signature conservation project is the Beach Nesting Bird Program in which volunteers monitor Snowy Plovers, Least Terns and Black Skimmers as they struggle to survive on our busy beaches. We also have a scholarship program for high schoolers who will be studying environmental sciences in college.