- Due to Hurricane Irma the field trip to Lake Apopka Wildlife has been cancelled until further notice. At this time the roads are flooded and SJWM are still assessing the damage.
- Orphaned of Injured Birds of Prey Call 407-461-1056
For more than a century Audubon has encouraged people to take care of the places that make Florida special. Using science to guide our priorities and birdlife to measure ecosystem health, Audubon advocates for the protection of land, water, and wildlife. Audubon is Florida’s most influential conservation organization and conducts extensive work to protect the Everglades and coastal bird habitats. We manage sanctuaries covering thousands of acres along with two popular nature centers. Audubon promotes stewardship and appreciation of public land and water so people experience and cherish Florida’s natural beauty and wildlife.
- A list of phone numbers for wildlife help, questions, rescue. This is for Orange County, Florida.For Sandhill Cranes and wading/water birds Call Seaworld Bird Barn Rescue-Hot Line at 407-351-3600 and selecting #4 ---♥---For Raptors/Birds of Prey Owls -Eagles -Hawks -Falcon - Buzzards - Kites -Ospreys- Etc. ... Orphaned or Injured Birds of Prey Call the Avian Reconditioning Center 407-461-1056 Web Site ---♥--- Baby or injured bat Call Fly By Night at 407-414-2142. ---♥--- Other Animals Orange County Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators as provided by FWC- -Helsel Deborah Ann (407) 568-5138 Orlando Back To Nature Wildlife, Inc. -Cannan Shirley A. (407) 568-7988 Christmas Fallin' Pines Critter Rescue, Inc. -Hardee Ron and Carol (407) 568-3200 Christmas Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Central Florida -Neiffer, DVM Donald L. (407) 824-2719 Lake Buena Vista Disney's Animal Kingdom -Barnett James (407) 765-9152 Saint Cloud Tiger Encounter & Rehabilitation -------source: FWC at 888-404-3922 or *FWC. http://myfwc.com/…/licensedwildliferehabilitatorsbyregion.p… *if in another county all counties listed with resources for you in this pdf. ---♥--- -Other Resource if no above source available- Orange County Animal Control- Orange County 311: For animal related issues and complaints dial 3-1-1 or (407) 836-3111 *they will deliver wildlife to an appropriate rescue.
Tosohatchee WMA Saturday, September 30, 2017, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Join OVAS and one of the top lepidopterists in the state, Edward Perry, on a butterfly walk of Tosohatchee WMA. Edward is a park ranger at the Sebastian Inlet State Park and participates in annual NABA butterfly counts. Tosohatchee WMA traditionally has some of the highest biodiversity counts for butterflies in central Florida and has been known for such rare butterflies as Cuban Crescent, and Fulvous and Juniper Hairstreaks. Not to mention numerous species of skippers. The meeting spot is 3365 Taylor Creek Road in Christmas, FL. Please email Becki Smith at email@example.com or call/text 609-553-0757 to sign up in advance. Cost: donations suggested.
The purpose and dedication of Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society (OVAS) is to promote public understanding of, and an interest in, wildlife and the environment that supports it. OVAS’ educational programs foster the recognition of the tangible and intangible values in the remaining natural areas of Florida and the world, and our responsibility for the conservation of the Earth’s natural ecosystems and the services that they provide for the health of the planet.
- EagleWatch Training at Trout Lake Date ChangeBy adminSeptember 4, 2017
- EagleWatch Training at Trout Lake Date Change