Seminole Audubon Society

A Florida Chapter of the National Audubon Society

The Mission of the Seminole Audubon Society is to promote awareness and protection of the plants and animals in the St Johns River basin in order to sustain the beneficial coexistence of nature and humans.

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Florida Scrub Jay at Lyonia Preserve 

Photo by Darrell Leidigh

Seminole Audubon Society

PO Box 2977

Sanford, Florida


Serving the communities of:

Sanford, Lake Mary, Lake Monroe, DeBary, Deltona, Geneva, Osteen and others

Roseate Spoonbills by Roger Grimshaw

Birding Classes

Chapter Field Trips

Chapter Programs

Chapter Board & Officers

Bird Links


Baby Birds/Wildlife Rehab

Birds Science


Are Native Plants for you?

What ís the big deal about native versus non-native plants?

Click Here to find out what you can do to help birds, butterflies and bats?

Bird Island and Lake Jesup

Seminole County's Largest and Singular Wading Bird Colony

Free Beginning Bird Watching Tours

Take a driving tour around Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge with a trained U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service volunteer to learn how to identify the many birds that frequent the refuge. Tours usually leave at 9 am from the Refuge Visitor Center and lasts for approximately three to four hours. Please contact Nancy Corona at 321-861-0668 or by email at to get details and make reservations. Suggested items to bring include binoculars, camera, field guides, water and a snack. Loaner binoculars are available. The Visitor Center is located on SR 402, 5 miles east of U.S. 1 in Titusville.

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