Collaboration is integral to FSA’s work since practical solutions to shorebird and seabird conservation in Florida often call for skills, experience, and resources only a broad cross-section of partners can marshal. Managers of Florida's beaches are often confronted with difficult decisions on how to resolve the conflicting needs of people and wildlife, and the information and tools that partnerships offer can make that balance easier to find. Learn more about FSA partners, click here.
FSA partners cooperate in many ways to accomplish conservation through research, management, or outreach. Listed below are some of the activities commonly undertaken by our partners: