WELCOME

The video below shows how one community came together to provide a habitat of native trees and plants for native and migratory birds. The Francis M Weston Audubon Society, The City of Pensacola, Gulf Power, Ascend Performance Materials & the Ascends Cares.


EXPERIENCE

A LONG WEEKEND AT SOUTH LUANGWA

We lived in the central African country of Malawi for six years from 1996 to 2002, three years of which Steve worked for Dwangwa Sugar Ltd, on the banks of Lake Malawi.  One long weekend in September 1998 we drove to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia.   …more

CONSERVATION

THE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF “NATIVE TREES & PLANTS FOR NATIVE & MIGRATORY BIRDS AT BRUCE BEACH”

Speaking of Bruce Beach, Francis M. Weston Audubon Society has an opportunity at Bruce Beach to join the Tanyard Community, as a brother or sister. The myth that Communities
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ENJOY

THE GREAT TEXAS BIRDING CLASSIC
THE LOCAL CONNECTION

Article by: Bob Duncan, the reluctant birder

The adventure began with a phone call one day in the spring of 1997 from my birding friend Robin Carter from North Carolina. Robin explained that Texas Parks and Recreation was starting a birding competition
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TOM STANMORE'S BLUEBIRDS
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SPRING 2021 ALBUM
BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER © MICHAEL BROWER
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PHOTOS FROM BEGINNING BIRDER FIELD TRIP 03.13.21
© MICHAEL BROWER
Karen Stanmore, Education Chair, who coordinated both 2020-2021 Beginning Birding classes with her husband Tom sporting a FMWAS tan t-shirt...t-shirts are available from the Audubon Store at fmwaudubon.org for $15.00 to $17.00.
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