We love learning about local wildlife and sharing with children via educational programming and with our members on our social media sites! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, and join in the fun!
We are delighted to have been part of a community effort to preserve 30 acres of land on Anastasia Island. Are you passionate about saving what's left of Old Florida? Are you tired of overdevelopment in a city that's 90% built out? Frustrated by clear cutting of St Johns County? Let's work together to save what we love!
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We are a St Augustine-based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization
Your support and contributions enable us to continue our work for environmental advocacy and education. Thank you!
FISH ISLAND COMMUNITY ALLIANCE is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity
Meet our Fish Island Community Alliance Birding Advisor! Blair's contributions to FICA have been integral to our success, and he continues to share his expertise! A long-time friend of birds, Blair began his work with St. Johns County Audubon (SJCA) in earnest as a steward for nesting shore birds when he was eight years old. After several summers of stewardship and increasing his knowledge of local birds, Blair became an avid birder. He is now Chair of the SJCA’s Young Birders Committee, and began leading walks for young birders in 2020. Just this year, Blair began adding adult walks to his repertoire, and has led walks at Matanzas Inlet, Fort Mose, Fish Island, Masters Tract, and Vaill Point Park.
Blair is currently a student at St Augustine High School. He hopes to pursue future studies in the field of ornithology.
Lullaby of the Rivers
Grateful thanks and admiration to Carol Kramer and Bob Patterson for their music, creativity, and dedication to the environment and our community! We so appreciate their kind inclusion of FICA at the Lullaby of the River Festival, the St Augustine Christmas Parade, and other local events! See you on Earth Day at the Festival!
Bringing together boating, teaching, and marine science skills, the Florida Water Warriors team is a nonprofit venture dedicated to sharing the beauty of our aquatic ecosystem and working to protect it. We are delighted to partner with them on camps and other educational endeavors!
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We are deeply grateful to Beth Robinson for her early and ongoing support of FICA! Along with Broker Tracy Glochau, Beth organized a Luminaria fundraiser to help further our educational work and continues to seek out opportunities for Team FICA to connect with the community in new ways!
With more than 30 years' experience as a Naturalist leading environmental and wilderness tours and programming, AyoLane is well positioned to start his new venture with Earth Kinship Ecotourism and Naturalist School. AyoLane generously donated his time and expertise to help FICA identify native plants and animal tracks at Fish Island Road! Thank you, AyoLane!
Article in St Augustine Record 02-24-22: https://www.staugustine.com/story/news/local/2022/02/23/st-johns-county-parks-and-rec-naturalist-launches-ecotourism-business/6886688001/
Visit his website: https://www.earthkinship.us/
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Since 1979, SJCA has worked to promote the protection, preservation, and restoration of the habitats of birds and other wildlife through education, stewardship, and science-based advocacy. A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, SJCA promotes the enjoyment of the more than 335 species of birds found in St. Johns County with bird walks, field trips, educational seminars, and events speakers. Learn more about SJCA and the Young Birders program, including educational and scholarship opportunities and events for birders of all ages and sign up for the SJCA Newsletter at https://stjohnsaudubon.com/ or by calling 904-770-5484 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
TRACEY EATON Flagler Professor Eaton earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Rutgers and a Master’s degree in Journalism from Temple University. Professor Eaton was the Dallas Morning News bureau chief in Cuba from 2000 to early 2005. Before that, he headed the paper's Mexico City bureau. A former Fulbright scholar, he has been a journalist and photographer since 1983. He has been a staff writer at seven daily newspapers, including the Miami Herald. He was metropolitan editor at the Houston Chronicle before moving to Florida. Eaton is also a freelance journalist. His stories have appeared in hundreds of online media outlets and most major U.S. newspapers. Clients have included NBC News, USA Today and the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting