Our 2023-2024 Season of Programs and Field Trips have come to an end.

Soon we will begin planning for our October 2024 through May 2025 Season and will keep you up-to-date of our progress in The Kite, our monthly newsletter, throughout the summer.

Stay hydrated and use sunscreen.

If you are not a member or friend of Santa Fe Audubon (a chapter in North Central Florida) and would like to be on our email list to receive our newsletter, please email us at santafeaudubonfl@aol.com




Sallie Carlock
President



SFAS Program Meetings
Active: Oct. - May
Annual Report
When: Speaker Series Programs are held Tuesdays evenings at 6:45PM October thru May

Where: Trinity Episcopal Parish Hall (204 SR 26 downtown Melrose)

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Sallie Carlock
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SANTA FE AUDUBON SOCIETY 2022-2023 ANNUAL REPORT

OUR MISSION
We work to educate people of all ages in the value and necessity of environmental stewardship through conservation actions, personal example, partnerships and opportunities to experience our natural world.

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES
8 public programs on the theme "Saving Natural Florida", average attendance 30
Field trips: Little Orange Creek Nature Park, Etoniah Creek State Forest, Morningside Nature Center, Paynes Prairie, Sweetwater Wetlands Park, GTM Research Reserve and more.


CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES
SE American Kestrel nest monitoring at Etoniah Creek State Forest Etoniah Rosemary Census – data collection in October
Christmas Bird Count – 113 species, 18 teams, 64 participants
Great Backyard Bird Count -- promoted participation
Jay Watch reporting
Eagle Watch
Monitored local conservation issues


CONSERVATION EDUCATION and COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Distribute conservation materials at numerous local festivals
Monthly newsletter, The Kite, via email
Native plantings for local Habitat for Humanity and other local not for profit organizations
Participation in Conservation Leadership Initiative CIC Fair in partnership with Santa Fe College
Monthly bird census at a private commercial company focusing on wading bird rookery
Website: www.santafeaudubon.org
Facebook: Santa Fe Audubon Society - Florida


NATIONAL/FLORIDA AUDUBON
Participation in NE FL Regional Conservation Committee
Attend Audubon Florida Annual Assembly


FINANCE
Total liabilities & equity: $26,622 (as of 2-2023)
Major income: membership and other donations
Major expenditures: donations to local conservation organizations, occupancy, support for chapter conservation projects, (includes: educational materials, native plants & installations, SE American Kestrel project materials, etc.)


MEMBERSHIP
56 local chapter members
140 National Audubon members