Grab your binoculars and field guide and join us on some interesting field trips!

You do not have to be a member to participate. We do have some extra binoculars for those birders who do not have their own. Anyone interested in photography and native plants is also welcome.

Trips are subject to weather and last-minute changes. There are no rain dates. COVID-19 precautions will be followed as needed. Birds and Brews involves some birding followed by an optional visit to a local pub or restaurant. All times are Central Time. See our Facebook page or electronic newsletter for up to date information or call/text Ron Houser at 850-774-9733.
For All Trips: Please try to maintain social distancing and avoid sharing food, optics, or other items. Masks are optional. Please be courteous by talking softly and not talking on your phone while others are trying to see or hear birds. Please stay behind the trip leader and try to stay together as much as possible. Please stay on the trails to avoid damage to native vegetation and to avoid hazards like fire ants.

Birding and native plant walk

  Birding and native plant walk at Florida Caverns in Marianna, combined trip with Sweetbay NPS. Ranger Billy Baily leading.

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16 March 2024

Bird Walk

Most of you have been to this large park off Hwy 98 at the beach. It has become a major birding area and is very popular with hikers and bikers.…

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23 March 2024

High Island

April 14-18. Sunday-Thursday. High Island, Texas migration trip. We will bird Audubon & Texas Ornithological Society preserves, Bolivar Peninsula, Anahuac NWR & Sabine Pass. Contact Gail Casteel at gail@baycountyaudubon.org for more information.

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14 April 2024

Earth Day

Downtown Panama City.

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20 April 2024
27 April 2024

Laidlaw Preserve birding trip

Laidlaw Preserve birding trip with Choctawhatchee Audubon. Neil Lamb leading.

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04 May 2024