Plant Natives to Help Native Birds

Miami landscaping can be lush and exotic, but unfortunately a lot of times it’s not bird friendly. What’s the best way to have bird visitors […]Read Article

Volunteer Mixer and Rare Caspian Tern

We kicked off our new quarterly Volunteer Event Series with a shrimp boil and picnic at the “beach” area of the marina on November 5th. […]Read Article

Species Spotlight – Cory’s Shearwater

Seen only once previously at the Seabird Station, the Cory’s shearwater has made a surprise resurgence this year, at five intakes. The name “Shearwater” comes […]Read Article

Volunteer Spotlight – Julie Brady

A member of the Pelican Harbor family since March, Julie braves the phones every Thursday morning, never failing to greet each call with a delicate […]Read Article

Seabird Station to Host Natural History Speaker Series

Please join us on the first Wednesday of each month for our first annual Natural History Speaker Series. Local scientists will present on a variety […]Read Article

Fishing Line and Tackle Injuries

The most common injuries seen at the Station related to pelicans and seabirds are caused by fishing line and tackle.  These injuries range from a […]Read Article
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