Activities

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 May 13th

  • Ohio Warbler Migration: Magee Marsh & More with Wildside Nature Tours - Day 1

    Category: General Ohio Warbler Migration: Magee Marsh & More with Wildside Nature Tours - Day 1

    May 13, 2024

    Witness the amazing return of neotropical migrants during the height of spring migration at what is aptly-described as “the Warbler Capital of the World” – Magee Marsh, on the south shore of Lake Erie in northwestern Ohio. The famed boardwalk winds through a 7-acre woodlot that is strategically positioned between Lake Erie and freshwater marshes of Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge. Large numbers of warblers, vireos, orioles, thrushes and cuckoos drop into this haven during their northbound journey, providing excellent up-close opportunities for birders and photographers. Join OAS and and guide Gabriel Lugo of Wildside Nature Tours May 13 - 18, 2024 as we explore this very special trip. 6-14 Participants. Cost $2,200. Tour information visit: https://wildsidenaturetours.com/wildside-tour/ohio-migration-warbler-oas/. Questions and reservations contact Deborah at info@orangeaudubonfl.org.

  • OAS Monthly Program - Climate Travels: How Ecotourism Changes Mindsets and Motivates Action with Mike Gunter

    Category: General OAS Monthly Program - Climate Travels: How Ecotourism Changes Mindsets and Motivates Action with Mike Gunter


    May 16, 2024

    Monthly Speaker Program is Free

    1920 North Forest Avenue
    Orlando, FL
    United States