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Biscayne Birding Trail

TAS and Biscayne National Park are offering a certificate program for birders. Full color lifetime achievement certificates will be awarded at four levels. Kids 18 years and younger can earn a Junior Birder certificate. The program also awards an annual achievement certificate for at least 50 native birds found within the park in a calendar year. For more details, visit the Biscayne Birding Trail.

Reporting Banded Birds

Banded birds may be reported to the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Banded shorebirds may also be reported here.

Roseate Spoonbills

Help support Spoonbill conservation efforts by reporting banded Spoonbills. Click for details.

White Ibis

Banded White Ibis should be reported to the Ibis Project.

Bird Migration on Radar: Badbirdz Reloaded

Badbirdz Reloaded

Illegal Trapping

Illegal trapping of buntings and other birds is a big problem in South Florida. If you see trapping going on, do not attempt to confront the trappers yourself. Report it to Fish and Wildlife. Our illegal trapping page has information on what to look for and how to report it.


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Birdathon is April 4-19

Birdathon 2015!

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