Interested in protecting Florida’s only endemic bird, and one vulnerable to habitat destruction and climate change? We need you! Join this all-volunteer citizen science endeavor and participate!
Step 1 Complete a training
Step 2 Sign up with teams at the training day
Step 3 See Florida Scrub-jays and help document their presence on dates between June 15 through July 15, 2019!
What’s in the training?
Training includes an overview of Florida Scrub-jay behavior and field practice with the Scrub-jay survey protocol. This training session is held in the morning and will conclude by noon in St. Lucie County on Saturday, June 8, at Savannas Preserve State Park.
Ready to start?
To register for the June 8 training in St. County and other information, contact Jacqui Sulek email@example.com. All volunteers must complete at least one training day before participating.
To request to work with a team on St. Lucie County Environmental Resources Department sites, contact the St. Lucie Audubon Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 772-675-1035
To request to work with a team on state land at Savannas Preserve State Park, call 772-398-2779
For a complete list of all training sessions statewide, click here.