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 of topics from avian research to gardening for birds, sea turtle research and more. Presentations will be held the first Wednesday of each month from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Pelican Harbor Marina multi purpose room located at 1275 NE 79th St. Cswy, Miami, FL 33138. RSVP’s are requested to

Topics and Dates

Bald Eagle Research
Wed, Oct 4
Gardening for Birds
Wed, Nov 1
Roseate Spoonbill Research
Wed, Dec 6
Florida Shorebird Alliance
Wed, Jan 3
PHSS 37 Years of Data
Wed, Feb 7
Sea Turtle Monitoring
Wed, Mar 7
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
Wed, Apr 4


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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

Seabird Station Founder Migrates North

The oldest known wild brown pelican had a band return 43-years later, which is an impressive life span. Our oldest pelican (Harry Kelton) turned 91 […]Read Article

Volunteer Spotlight – Eric Denise

Joining our volunteer staff in January of 2016, Eric Denise has been an awesome addition to our team. He never fails to show up with […]Read Article

Species Spotlight – Yellow Crowned Night Heron

The yellow-crowned night heron is a wading bird commonly found in South Florida year-round. Unlike other night herons, they are active during the day as […]Read Article

Pepe, The Foster Dad

In Mid-June, a baby pelican was brought to the Center for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) in Sanibel Island. The finder said he was fishing […]Read Article
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