Welcome to the Tampa Audubon Society

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

Program: Measuring the Lives of Ocean Wanderers

Speaker: Dr. Philipp Boersch-Supan

Albatrosses and penguins exploit the resources of the world's largest habitat - the open ocean. Understanding the foraging behaviors and life-history strategies of these fascinating birds is challenging given their vast foraging grounds and long lives. Dr. Boersch-Supan's talk will describe some of the technology he uses to study pelagic seabirds, and how he combines field observations with computer models to better understand how seabirds deal with a dynamic and changing environment.

Dr Philipp Boersch-Supan started his career as a field ornithologist for the German National Park Service. He is currently a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Florida, following graduate training in St Andrews and Oxford and a brief stint at the British Antarctic Survey.

Jan 12-14 Wakulla / St Marks Weekend

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Join a Field Trip!

11/11 - Lettuce Lake Park: Beginning Birding

11/19 - Starkey Wilderness

12/2 - Al Lopez Park: Birds & Brunch

12/9 - Lettuce Lake Park: Beginning Birding

12/16 - Lakeland CBC

12/17 - Alafia CBC

12/30 - Tampa Christmas Bird Count (CBC)

1/2 - Lower Green Swamp CBC

1/12 to 1/14 - Wakulla / St Marks Weekend

1/13 - Lettuce Lake 9 AM

1/24 to 1/30 - Space Coast Birding Festival

Visit our F.A.Q. page

Where can I find a "Field Checklist of Birds of Hillsborough County"?
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?