Skidaway Audubon is a not-for-profit organization that raises money for conservation projects throughout the island. We also serve as a catalyst for collaboration, bringing experts and organizations together to educate and problem solve. Learn more Started in 1997 as a committee of The Landings Club, where we continue to stay involved in certification and naturalization projects, Skidaway Audubon is widely focused the oughout the island initiating programs and contributing manpower and money to projects as varied as the Bird Cam, Community Sustainability, Sparrow Field Wildlife Conservation Area, the Bottle Brigade, Skidaway Farms, Tallow Tree Removal, Diamondback Terrapin Rescue, the Dave Scott Bluebird Trail and Water Conservation.
Sparrow Field Plant Brochure
Click here for a printable version of the plant brochure
Click Here for more about Monarch Tagging (including a video)
Environmental Stewardship at the Landings: A Priority that Defines Us
A review of a 16-year partnership with Audubon International, Landings Club and Landings Association professionals and residental volunteers to sustain and enhance the environment of The Landings.
By Dick Miller, Chairman of Audubon Committee 1999-2001. Click Here to Read More
Migration of Monarch Butterflies Shrinks Again Under Inhospitable Conditions –
Migration of Monarch Butterflies Shrinks Again Under Inhospitable Conditions – Jan 30, 2014 Click to Read More of this NY Times article
What We Do
We are always looking for people to join our efforts. If you are interested in a current project, go to the Projects tab where you can find more information. To attend a meeting of the steering committee, held the fourth Wednesday of the month at 8:30 a.m., contact Betsy Bratz who can be reached at BetsyBratz@gmail.com.