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What We Do

Helpful Links


  • Orange Audubon Society Orange County Audubon chapter. 
  • Audubon Florida State level organization with resources on Florida birds.
  • Project Learning Tree Bird Feeder Projects This article covers 14 DIY bird feeder arts and crafts that will be sure to attract plenty of feathered friends.
  • NestWatch is a monitoring program designed to track status and trends in the reproductive biology of birds, including when nesting occurs, number of eggs laid, how many eggs hatch, and how many hatchlings survive. Their database is  used to study the current condition of breeding bird populations and how they may be changing over time as a result of climate change, habitat degradation and loss, expansion of urban areas, and the introduction of non-native plants and animals. Participating in NestWatch is easy and just about anyone can do it, go to their website to learn how you can help from your backyard for this project.

Bees & Pollinators

Climate Change

  • Data Science for the Environment How data science can help fight climate change.
  • En-ROADS Climate Model An online climate simulator allowing users to manipulate numerous variables and see their effects on the global climate. 
  • Florida Climate Educators Network (FCEN):  This is a network for educators working on climate issues and sharing research and education methods through webinars, group chats and more. Currently, there is no website for this group.
  • MIT Climate Portal learn about climate change from MIT experts.
  • NASA Climate Change NASA website on climate change.
  • Project Drawdown A network of scientists and researchers dedicated to climate change solutions based on three key strategies. 
  • This is Cooler This Is Planet Ed teamed up with the production company, Encantos, to support the creation of a new climate education series for pre-teens. The first episode is featured on YouTube Kids for Earth Month and is intended for 7 through 12-year-olds. This site provides a link to the YouTube video and an Educator/Parent Conversation Guide.
  • TILClimate (Today I Learned: Climate) is an award-winning MIT podcast that breaks down the science, technologies, and policies behind climate change, how it’s impacting us, and what we can do about it. Each quick episode gives you the what, why, and how on climate change — from real scientists and experts — to help us make informed decisions for our future.


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Our Sponsors and Partners

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  • City of Eustis
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  • Lake County
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  • AdventHealth
  • SECO Energy
  • Duke Energy
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