Calendar of Events 2019 - 2020




General Meetings are held the Third Tuesday in Sebring at: 

First Baptist Church of Lake Josephine 

111 Lake Josephine Drive, Sebring, Florida 33875 

Come for dinner and/or meeting. 

Bring own service. Covered Dish Dinner 6:30, 

General Meeting 7:15 Program 7:45 p.m.

Tuesday, September 17

“Audubon Ecology Camp...How Our Students Benefit from Teacher Training”

Ms Amy Agner-Texley

Tuesday, October 15


Joe deBree III, Forest Area Supervisor

Tuesday, November 19

“Fire and Feathers”

Steve Shattler, FWC Platt Branch 

Friday, December 6

“Christmas Party at Cowpokes Watering Hole”

6:00—9:00 PM Dinner

Bring donation for the Humane Society

Reservations 863-599-0124 

Tuesday. January 21

“20 Years of Unusual Observations and Anecdotes from a Florida Scrub-Jay Biologist”

Michele Dent

Tuesday, February 18

“Snail Kites & How They Are Doing”

Tyler Beck, Snail Kite Conservation Coordinator

Tuesday, March 17

“History of Ornithology”

Dr. Paul Gray, Audubon Florida

Tuesday, April 21—Annual Meeting

“Spring Lake Storm Water Treatment and Eco Park”

Joe DeCerbo, District Manager and Public Records Custodian

Saturday, May 16 

“Program, Time, and Location TBA”

Events To Remember


  • Fri. & Sat. Oct, 25 & 26 Florida Audubon Assembly in Gainesville, Florida
  • Saturday, Nov. 2  Sebring Art, Wine & Jazz Festival on the Circle 
  • Saturday, Nov. 9  CCC Festival, at Highlands Hammock State Park
  • Friday, Dec. 27  Lake Placid Christmas Bird Count   Call Helen 269-932-8934
  • Sat. & Sun. Feb. 1-2 Arts & Crafts Country Fair Booth in Lake Placid
  • Fri.-Mon, Feb 14-17 Great Backyard Bird Count
  • March 28 - April 3 Highlands Birdathon Week Helen 269-932-8934—
  • Saturday, April TBA Earth Day Highlands Hammock State Park

Please Join us at an event!

Attending an event gives you an opportunity to meet new friends, enjoy being outside (if it is an outside event), or just sharing good food and conversation with others.  No worries if you are not adept at identifying birds, there is always someone near by to assist.  At our meetings we even present a bird with photos and information on how to identify them.