Welcome to the Tampa Audubon Society

3/3/17 - Watch Tree swallows perform sky ballet known as 'murmuration' as they prepare to migrate north on ABC Action News with Tampa Audubon Society President, Mary Keith.

April 6th - General Meeting - 7pm (click here for meeting details)

Program: Grasshopper Sparrows and Snail Kites

Speaker: Paul Gray, Science Coordinator for Audubon Florida's Everglades Restoration Program

Dr. Gray has been with Audubon for 21 years and working in and around Lake Okeechobee since 1988. He will be giving us an update on the status of Florida Grasshopper Sparrows and Snail Kites. Florida Grasshopper sparrows are not the same as the migratory sparrows who share their territory each winter. He's been studying our birds and working on conservation methods for them for years.

2017 General Meetings - ALL INVITED

The General Meeting schedule is as follows:

  • 6pm - Photo Club meets: Bring some of your recent best photos to share with the group, or just come to enjoy the pictures. Bring photos on a flash drive.
  • 7pm - Potluck, Birdsightings, Announcements: Bring something to share if you can.
  • 7:30pm - Educational program begins

Tampa Audubon 2017 Educational Programs

  • April 6 - Paul Gray, Kissimmee Prairie State Park - Grasshopper Sparrow

  • May 4 - Photo Club

September 24-30

Join Tampa Audubon as they head to the Lone Star State for the Hawk Migration in southern Texas and More!

Intro to TAS Field Trips

Tampa Audubon Society (TAS) field trips are open to members and non-members alike, to anyone interested in birds, nature and being outdoors. Pets and smoking are prohibited....more

Join a Field Trip!

4/2 Fort DeSoto Spring Migration

4/8 Lettuce Lake Park - Beginning Birding

4/10-12 Key West, Dry Tortugas

4/23 Honeymoon Island

4/28-30 Cedar Key

See samples from our F.A.Q. page

What do I do if I find an injured bird?
How do I Rescue a Sick, Injured or Baby Raptor?
How do I Locate a Wildlife Rehabilitator?
What do I do if I find a bird covered in oil?
Do you know what has happened to the sandhill cranes?