Florida Audubon Society
Independent organization formally affiliated with the National Audubon Society.
Orange Audubon Society (Maitland)
Alachua Audubon Society (Gainesville)
Bay County Audubon Society (Panama City)
Broward County Audubon Society (Ft. Lauderdale)
Apalachee Audubon Society (Tallahassee)
Audubon Society of the Everglades (West Palm Beach)
Citrus County Audubon Society (Homosassa Springs)
Collier County Audubon Society (Naples)
Duval Audubon Society (Jacksonville)
Halifax River Audubon Society (Daytona Beach)
Hernando Audubon Society (Brookville)
Kissimmee Valley Audubon Society (Kissimmee)
Lake Region Audubon Society (Winter Haven)
Manatee County Audubon Society (Bradenton
Martin County Audubon Society (Stuart)
Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society (Eustis)
Peace River Audubon Society (Punta Gorda)
Pelican Island Audubon Society (Vero Beach)
St. Johns County Audubon Society (St. Augustine)
St. Lucie Audubon Society (Ft. Pierce)
Seminole Audubon Society (Sanford)
Tropical Audubon Society (Miami)
Space Coast Audubon Society (Cocoa)
Weston (Francis) Audubon Society (Pensacola)
West Pasco Audubon Society (Elfers)
West Volusia Audubon Society (DeLand)
Influential, Florida-Specific Groups
Championing the restoration and preservation of the greater Everglades ecosystem
Inspiring Action on Everglades Restoration
Protecting Florida's Natural Resources for 70 Years
Saving Special Places - Fighting Sprawl - Building Better Communities
Alachua Conservation Trust (Gainesville)
Green Horizon Land Trust (Lake Wales)
Indian River Land Trust (Vero Beach)
North Florida Land Trust (Jacksonville Beach)
Citizen group dedicated to putting a stop the feeding and molestation of sharks and other marine life on SCUBA or snorkel excursion.
Dedicated to the preservation, protection, and enhancement of rare and endangered sea turtles in the Florida Keys. www.save-a-turtle.org
Primary rehabilitation facility for sea turtles and other marine life on the East Coast. www.marinelife.org
Regional/ Local Groups
Lemon Bay Conservancy (Englewood)
Tampa Bay Conservancy (Riverview)
Nonprofit group working to bring the de-commissioned USAFS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg to the Flordia Key's waters to become an artificial reef. www.bigshipwrecks.com
Dedicated to improving and protecting the area's natural resources. www.sarasotabay.org
Environmental education organization, dedicated to litter prevention and voluntary recycling. www.khcbonline.org
Dedicated to preserving the beauty of Brevard County, Florida, one backyard at a time. Working to educate and encourage each property owner to take personal responsibility for the local environment by practicing ecologically friendly principles in their homes and yards www.backyardbrevard.com
Dedicated to preventing and controlling litter, improving solid waste management, and beautifying the community. www.kacb.org
Working to preserve the natural features of the Wekiva River Basin in Central Florida. members.aol.com/fowr
Dedicated to artificial reef deployment, research, and public education. www.mbara.org
Working to protect the integrity of an incredibly diverse estuary system, for both its ecological value and its economic value. www.stlwaterfrontcouncil.org
Earth Justice Florida
Environmental Action Group (Gainesville)
Providing information and networking to Florida's environmental professionals.
Focusing attention on the impacts exotic pest plants have on biodiversity.
Nonprofit organization dedicated to gaining knowledge and educating the public on bamboos, with emphasis on research, preservation, and propagation of endangered species.
Provides aquatic education in two locations including the Tugaloo Environmental Education Center and the Marine Lab in Key Largo, Fl.
Conducting research in the southeastern U.S. and Virgin Islands focusing on nonindigenous aquatic species, coral reef ecology, marine studies, and more.
Dedicated to applied ecological research in South Florida and the Southeast U.S.
Dedicated to protection of natural springs from over-pumping, water mining, and pollution. www.saveourspringsinc.org
A non-profit education organization dedicated to the promotion and expansion of environment and native habitat studies in public and private schools from kindergarten through post-graduate studies. SWFCEE's membership is a mix of public and private organizations, including Edison Community College, Lee County School District, WCI Communities, Florida Power and Light, The Bonita Bay Group, Miromar Development and Kraft Construction.
A Nonprofit Environmental Law Firm