White Ibises, Orlando Wetlands Park. Photo: Mary Keim

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Orange Audubon Society (OAS) has many activities for you and hopes you will engage with our chapter. OAS’ 2023-24 annual brochure contains at-a-glance information for this program year. Additional details will be provided and possibly new activities added in OAS’ OASis newsletter. Sign up to receive the twice monthly emails with newsletter attached as a pdf at this link and see past newsletters at this link. To register for field trips, click the Activities tab. For OAS’ weekly Thursday night Bird Chats, to automatically receive receive the Zoom link each week, register at this link.

Keeping Florida Wild

Orange Audubon Society is committed to the conservation of the Earth’s natural lands, the health of its air, its wildlife and its lakes and waterways. We work with Audubon Florida and other Audubon chapters to set action plans and agendas for state and regional public policy priorities. 

The Orange Audubon Mission

The Orange Audubon Society mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

Conserving Ecosystems

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Getting Outdoors

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Lifelong Learning

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Make A Donation

Orange Audubon Society is your local Audubon chapter in Central Florida. Except for our part-time education coordinator, we are an all-volunteer chapter. Your donations are used to support our education programs and toward development of a nature and environmental center.