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Our Mission: To preserve and protect the animals, plants, and natural communities
in Indian River County through advocacy, education, and public awareness.


The conservation and protection of Florida's water resources starts at home. Homeowners' landscaping choices can affect the health of ground and surface waters and the natural environment. The Florida Yards & Neighborhoods Homeowner program educates homeowners about how to design, install, and maintain healthy landscapes that use a minimum of water, fertilizer, and pesticides. The result? Low-cost, low-maintenance, attractive landscapes that add value to your community and reduce the chance of polluting the water supply. These classes will teach you what you need to know to have a Florida-friendly yard.

Click to view the class schedule.

For more info, contact Indian River County Environmental Horticulture Agent Nickie Munroe
Email: | Phone: 772-770-5379

Summer Adventure Camp 2017

Give your child a summer of outdoor adventure, exploration, and skill building.
Our goal is to help each camper connect with nature, respect & appreciate their role in environmental conservation & provide activities that increase independence and self–esteem.
Programs run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Before & aftercare are available for an additional fee.
Meeting locations are Riverview Park in Sebastian (North) and the Audubon House (South) 
(195 9th St. SE, also called Oslo Road)

Download the schedule.

Camp cost:

For Pelican Island Audubon members
$200.00 a week
For non-members (includes Audubon membership)
$225 a week
Space is limited to 10 children per session.
** Junior Guide Training $225 ** Junior guide training is open to 12 Teens.

Limited scholarships are available, please contact the Audubon office at 772-567-3520

Activities and skills include: kayaking, stand up paddling, basic map reading, first aid, wildlife indentification, water safety, outdoor cooking and more.  Your child does NOT need to know how to swim.

Click to register online for Summer Adventure Camp 2017

___Take Note___

from In the Garden with Laura

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Letter to St. Johns River Water Management District concerning water farming

April Peligram

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April Hoot

Our 2017 Audubon Heroes

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Purchase the updated and expanded second edition of
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Pelican Island Audubon Society Videos
2016 Audubon Advocate skits at the annual potluck
Pelican Island Audubon - Introduction to Audubon's Climate Change Report - Length: 7:10 minutes
Pelican Island Audubon Presents - Audubon's Climate Report - The Future of North American Birds - Length: 14 minutes
Together Green Square Foot Gardening Project in Indian River County Schools
Small-scale Gardening with Large-scale Gains
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