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Founded in 1979, Four Rivers Audubon is one of 44 Florida affiliates of the National Audubon Society, serving seven counties in North Central Florida. Our mission is to connect people with nature and act as a voice of conservation for the future of birds and our natural world. of birds and our natural world.

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OUR MISSION is to connect people with nature and act as a voice of conservation for the future
of birds and our natural world.

Come to our next Alli-walk

Saturday, November 3rd

Meet at 8:00 at the pavillion at Alligator Lake

What is an Alli-Walk??
click here for details and a map

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Please Note:
The Grand Opening of Hearthstone Gardens on November 3rd
has been postponed.

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Bird Walk at Sweetwater Wetlands Park, Gainesville
November 17th

Our November 17th field trip to the Sweetwater Wetlands Park in Gainesville will be led by John Middleton. There is a fee of $5 per car to enter the Park.

If you would like to carpool gather on the south side (the side farthest away from the front door) of the Winn Dixie parking lot in High Springs https://goo.gl/maps/S4iUXbBxUW32 at 7:45. We will be leaving promptly at 8:00.

If you want to drive on your own please be at the Sweetwater Wetlands Park by 8:30. https://goo.gl/maps/ZJexjcFHmay. John will meet us there. Make sure to bring a hat and sunscreen as there is little shade. There are facilities available.


     
Click here to join Audubon and the Four Rivers Audubon Society.

 



 

Join us.....

  • learn about the birds in your own backyard
  • come on field trips
  • enjoy special events
  • participate in citizen-scientist efforts like bird counts
  • make new friends who enjoy the great ourdoors
  • take advantage of leadership opportunites
  • work with area naturalists and scientists
  • get involved with local efforts to protect and preserve our springs and rivers
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