Orange Audubon Society meetings are normally held the 3rd Thursday of every month (Sept. - June) at 7 pm in the Camellia Room at:

Harry P. Leu Garden
1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803-1537

For Directions to Leu Gardens please click HERE

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Orange Audubon Society relies on the involvement and support of individuals like you to conserve the birds, wildlife, and natural ecosystems of the Central Florida area.

Interested in becoming a member? Just print and mail this membership form to become part of the Orange Audubon Society.

If you need to RENEW your membership, please wait for National Audubon to mail you the renewal form, please do not use the membership form .

Your basic membership of $20.00 supports our efforts to help safeguard Florida's natural environment, and also entitles you to receive three publications:

The Florida Naturalist

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Orange Audubon Society's

2014 (26th Annual)

Kit and Sidney Chertok

Nature Photography Contest

Winner IS:


First Place: Pretty Boy – Painted Bunting

Locale where photographed: Oviedo

Photographer: Jack Rogers, Oviedo

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Click here to view all of the winners

Help Protect and Preserve Florida’s

Water, Wildlands and Wildlife

 Vote “YES” on Amendment 1 on the November 2014 ballot

The Florida Water and Land Legacy Campaign is an effort to get a dedicated source of funds to protect Florida’s environment—to have 33% of net revenues from the existing excise tax on documents go into the Land Acquisition Trust Fund “to acquire, restore, improve, and manage conservation lands”.  This is not a new tax and these monies have historically gone to land acquisition.  The language in the amendment prohibits the legislature from raiding this trust fund for other purposes.

In Florida, we depend on our natural systems for clean drinking water, unpolluted rivers, lakes, and streams, and the unspoiled natural beauty that makes our state unique.  Because Florida relies on its beaches, springs, rivers, lakes and parks as a key part of our tourism economy, we can’t afford not to protect our land and waters.  Florida has many critical funding needs, including education, health care, public safety and transportation—but water and land conservation are a vital component of Florida’s future.  When the state budget is more than $60 billion, this amendment would set aside less than 1 percent for water and land conservation.  This isn’t a matter of cutting other vital services; the amendment would take an amount that had been used for water and land conservation and dedicate it for that same purpose, but with constitutional protections.  The amendment would have very little real impact on existing state funds for other services.

For complete text of the proposed Amendment 1:



Click on photo

for a look at the 2013 winners of

Orange Audubon Society's

2013 (25th Annual)

Kit and Sidney Chertok

Nature Photography Contest


First Place: Swallow-tailed Kites Handoff

Locale where photographed: St.Petersburg

Photographer: Marina Scarr, Tampa, FL


Teresa Williams, OASCNPC Chair



Boy Scouts Build

Chimney Swift Tower

at Orlando Wetlands Park


Boy Scouts and OAS Erect Chimney Swift Tower at OWP

A Chimney Swift tower was recently constructed and installed at Orlando Wetlands Park (OWP) in Christmas, Florida, by members of Boy Scout Troop 125.  Robert Grieger, an Eagle Scout candidate, and his fellow scouts and troop leaders erected the tower next to the environmental education building at OWP.  This was a cooperative project with Orange Audubon Society (OAS) and OWP.  Chimney Swifts in North America are very dependent on man-made chimneys like this since far fewer chimneys are accessible to swifts nowadays than in the past.  "Thanks to the City of Orlando and funding from the Griegers and a special Audubon collaborative grant, two low-light video cameras have been installed in the tower.  Now we wait to see "We have built it, will they come?"."


Bob Stamps,





Orange Audubon Society

is grateful for your

financial support.

Thank you!

Orphaned or

Injured Wildlife?

What to do if you find a baby bird

In many cases “orphaned” baby birds are kidnapped when they should be left alone, not taken to a rehabber.

Audubon Center for Birds of Prey (Raptors Only)

Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge

Fly By Night (Bats Only)

The Avian Reconditioning Center (Birds of Prey)

Tom's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (small wildlife)

Haven for Injured and Orphaned Wildlife

Earth Angels' Wildlife (squirrels, raccoons)
407-292-5232 (Nancy)
407-570-7153 (Laurie)
407-349-2889 (Diane)

All wildlife rehabilitators are supported primarily through donations. Please help support their "labor of love".

Speakers Bureau

Orange Audubon Society has a list of speakers who are willing to address schools and organizations on subjects such as birds, plants, the environment, and Florida outdoors.  email

 Cynthia Amoruso,

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