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A Guide to John Audubon's visit to the Florida Keys 

 

 

 

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AUDUBON IN THE FLORIDA KEYS


 

 

INDEX

  
AUDUBON


INDIAN KEY
1832


CORMORANT


ROSEATE
TERN


GRAY
KINGBIRD


REDDISH
EGRET


LOUISIANA
HERON


SANDY KEY


WHITE IBIS


WILLET

 
ZENAIDA
DOVE


WHITE
CROWNED
PIGEON


THE AUDUBON HOUSE IN
KEY WEST


AUDUBON'S
KEY WEST


KEY WEST AFTER
AUDUBON


ROSEATE
SPOONBILL


GREAT
WHITE
HERON


GREAT
BLUE
HERON


KEY WEST
DOVE


FLAMINGOS


BLUE-
HEADED
QUAIL DOVE


FRIGATE BIRD


BROWN
PELICAN


MANGROVE
CUCKOO


TORTUGAS


SOOTY
TERN


BLACK
HEADED GULL


BROWN
NODDY


CAYENNE
TERN


BROWN
BOOBY


SANDWICH
TERN


NIGHT
HERON


GREENSHANK


GREAT
MARBLED
GODWIT


MANGO
HUMMING-
BIRD


TROPIC
BIRD




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OspreyCam - http://www.ospraylivecams.com - A group of Lower Keys residents created Ospraycam so that browsers might view the growth of a baby osprey from its Big Pine Key nest.

Dry Tortugas - Reservation and park information can be obtained by calling the National Park Service at 305-242-7700 or by browsing the park service website at http://www.nps.gov/drto

The Great Florida Birding Trail supported in part by the Florida Department of Transportation and the Wildlife Foundation of Florida existing and new birding sites throughout Florida.

Bird Checklists of the United States - listing many species of birds, some unique to the Florida Keys and south Florida. - http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/othrdata/chekbird/r4/flkeys.htm

Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Includes National Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge, Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, Key West National Wildlife Refuge

American Birding Association

National Audubon Society

Audubon of Florida

 

Birding message board - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FlaBirding/

This site is about birding in Florida and the Bahamas and all related topics.   Posts about upcoming trips and job opportunities are allowed.   Posts about related subjects, such as environmental issues and dragonflies for example, and announcements for birding trips, businesses, and festivals also are allowed though discretion is suggested.  

 


Birding.com -
http://www.birding.com - Birding.com is devoted to birding around the U.S. and around the world. There are over 2,500 links from this web site.

WildBirds.com - http://www.WildBirds.com - WildBirds.com is the place to come for answers about wild birds in your yard and around the corner!

Birder.com - http://www.birder.com/ - Birding an extensive birding section of this site. Checklists, birding Hot Spots, and rare bird alert phone numbers. information on seeds to attract birds, building bird houses, and links to home pages of other bird watchers.

Birding on the Net

 

www.princetonaudubon.com - Audubon Prints - Information on artist/naturalist, John James Audubon and Audubon print resources.  Museum-quality reproductions of Double elephant Birds of America lithographs - same prints as offered at the Audubon House and Gallery in Key West, Florida.

 

The Aleutian Goose Festival: A Celebration of Wildness - Project of TheRedwood Economic Development Institute - 140 Marine Way ~ Suite A, Crescent City, California 95531
707-465-0888 ~ fax 707-465-1388 ~ email soar2@northcoast.com

The Aleutian Goose Festival, celebrating its 5th year in 2003, offers participants a dawn spectacular from coastal headlands as more than 30,000 geese rise from their offshore island's rest and fill the sky overhead with voice and wing.   How the geese made it back from the brink of extinction, and how they will coexist with human populations in future years, is a featured story during the festivities. This birding, nature and heritage festival provides 80 fieldtrips, workshops, ocean, river and coastal lagoon boat trips. The Festival offers birders opportunities to expand their lists and learn more about some of our over 400+ recorded species; all in the setting of the 'big trees', ancient redwoods coast. All workshops and field trips are led by credentialed and experienced guides.We are a not-for-profit organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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