Upcoming Events

Orange Audubon Society (OAS) offers many events and volunteer opportunities from September through June, with something for every activity level. See our menu of field trips, classes, and workshops to the right.

This includes OAS’ NORTH SHORE BIRDING FESTIVAL, held the first weekend in December to highlight the best of Central Florida Birding.

See the monthly calendar of events below.

Also download OAS’ annual brochure, which has at-a-glance information about all our activities throughout this program year!

Week of Feb 12th

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February 12, 2024
February 13, 2024
February 14, 2024
February 15, 2024(2 events)

5:45 am: OAS Monthly Board Meeting

February 15, 2024

OAS Monthly Board Meeting prior to General Meeting/Presentation

1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL
United States

7:00 pm: OAS Monthly Program - Creating Bird Habitat Through Restored Wetlands: Sweetwater & More

February 15, 2024

Debra Segal is our guest speaker and will talk about the work to restore wetlands including Sweetwater Wetlands in Gainesville. Our monthly speaker program is free.

1920 North Forest Avenue
Orlando, FL
United States
February 16, 2024
February 17, 2024(1 event)

8:30 am: Monthly Field Trip to Circle B Bar Reserve, Lakeland

February 17, 2024

Our first joint field trip with The Village Birders takes us to Circle B Bar Reserve, an eBird hotspot with 239 species. Leaders Alice Horst and Tammy Martin will help us explore this eBird hotspot in Lakeland. This FREE field trip requires registration. Trip details will be sent following registration. To register email Kathy at

Circle B Bar Reserve
4399 Winter Lake Rd
Lakeland, FL 33803
February 18, 2024(1 event)

7:45 am: BIRD SURVEY - Wekiwa Springs

February 18, 2024

Monthly Bird Survey at Wekiwa Springs Park. We will split into 2 groups led by Park Naturalist Paul Lammardo and OAS's Kathy Rigling. We will survey two areas of the park counting all the birds we see and hear. We will travel through the sandhill and scrub, near small lakes and other transitional areas. Possible birds: Red-headed Woodpeckers, Bachman's Sparrow, Wild Turkeys, Northern Bobwhite, the occasional Short-tailed Hawk. Registration is required with entry directions provided upon registration. Note: survey begins before park opens so DO NOT enter through gate. For registration contact Kathy at

To be provided upon registration