South Florida Audubon Society

South Florida Audubon Society (SFAS) is a chapter of Audubon of Florida and National Audubon Society, Inc. We provide a wide range of services to members and the general public including:

  • Field trips for watching birds and enjoying nature
  • Participation in local, regional, and national events such as Water Matters Day, Give Thanks for the Environment Day, Earth Day, Christmas Bird Count, and the Great Backyard Bird Count
  • Environmental education program
  • Local and regional advocacy on environmental and conservation issues
  • TogetherGreen Projects
  • Project Perch activities

South Florida Audubon Society (SFAS) formerly was known as the Broward County Audubon Society. Because of its growth and regional outreach, a change of name and logo was needed.

Officers and Board of Director members serve one year terms from October 1 to September 30 of the following year. Click here to see a profile of the President of South Florida Audubon Society. Visit the archives to see achievements and history of this 5(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Volunteers are needed to serve on the board and/or committees. If you have an interest in any of the following, please let us know: (1) Birdwatching and expeditions, (2) Preservation of wildlife and habitat, (3) Land conservation, (4) Water quality, (5) Everglades restoration, (6) Fundraising and Finance, (7) Press releases and Public Service Announcements, (8) Social media skills and website administration, or (9) Membership and enrollment. Contact or (954) 242-1956,, or Grant Campbell at or (954) 812-2613. if you would like to get involved. South Florida Audubon Society needs you to help us protect the environment.

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