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Tropical Audubon Society

Let's flock


On November 18, 2021 South Florida comes together for a day of local online giving. Your Give Miami Day donation to the Birds gets a lift. All gifts of $25 or more receive a partial match from The Miami Foundation. Your gift supports the vital work Tropical Audubon Society does to conserve and restore South Florida ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

NEW THIS YEAR: You can give Early!

Make a donation anytime November 15 to 18!

Support our Mission

Our grassroots conservation organization has deep South Florida roots. Formally established as a National Audubon Society Chapter in 1947, TAS can actually trace its lineage to the 1915 Coconut Grove Audubon Society. TAS has thus been a staunch and vocal defender of the local environment for more than 100 years. Help Tropical Audubon Society protect and restore our precious Aquifer, our beautiful Biscayne Bay and our fragile Everglades. By continuing to support our local conservation, advocacy, education, communications and outreach work, you are sustaining our mission and programming, including our award-winning Audubon Ambassador Program, birding field trips, Bird-Friendly Demonstration Garden, Cape Florida Banding Station and Everglades, Biscayne Bay and Pine Rocklands advocacy.


Donate anytime November 15-18 to keep South Florida's Voice of Conservation clear and strong!

Your donation supports

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Biscayne Bay & Everglades Advocacy


Tropical Audubon Ambassador Program

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Cape Florida Banding Station Community Science

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Bird-Friendly Demonstration Garden

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Tropical Audubon Society

Thank you for feathering our nest! Your contribution will bolster our crucial mission work to conserve and restore natural South Florida ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats.

Photo Credit: Roseate Spoonbill and White Ibis by Kelly Lyon

Design by Carol Jamault

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