Intro to Biscayne Bay: Talk + Boat Tour

Earn your Wings — the Audubon Ambassador Program is open to anyone 18 years and older who is curious to learn more about the environment. Our June session spotlights Biscayne Bay. Learn about our local water quality issues and how you can become a voice for Biscayne Bay. Hear from Miami Waterkeeper about local bay restoration efforts and the health of this aquatic ecosystem. Then join Shake-A-Leg Miami as we tour the bay on one of its vessels and participate in an island cleanup. Join the discussion about water quality, fisheries and pollution affecting our state. The boat tour will be capped at 30. Speakers: Laura Chaibongsai Program Director, Miami Waterkeeper Gary Milano Retired Marine Biologist at Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Management (DERM) Tropical Audubon Society Board Member You may pay at the door by cash or check only day of, however, it will not guarantee a place on the boat tour if we have capped boat tour at 30 by June 22. To RSVP or pay at the door, cash or check: To apply for a student scholarship for the program: FEES: $10 per session (modest handling fees will be added by Eventbrite). Pinning Ceremony Picnic free for program attendees. Ride: Bike to TAS or take the Metrorail. TAS is just a 10-minute walk east from the South Miami Metrorail Station. Park: Limited on-site parking via our 55th Avenue auto gate. Nearby metered, valet and garage options. The Audubon Ambassador Program is a series of workshops and field trips designed to make you a more engaged, educated and effective advocate conservationist. Learn from leaders in their fields and become a strong advocate for the water we drink, the air we breathe and the habitat that nurtures, shelters and sustains our region’s birds and other wildlife. You’ll come away knowing more about South Florida ecosystems, environmental challenges, sea level rise and hurricane resilience issues — and, most important, practice making a difference. Talks on issues will be followed by advocacy exercises. Field trips bring each month’s classroom discussions to life.