St. Johns/Flagler Partnership
Formed in 2006, the goal of the St. Johns/Flagler Shorebird Partnership is to conserve shorebird and seabird populations in Flagler and St. Johns counties through collaborative efforts between government agencies, non-government organizations, and individuals.
Our needs are seasonal based but the peak of activity occurs during the breeding season. Here are a few ways to get involved:
- Attend partnership meetings in the spring and fall
- Join St. Johns County Audubon
- Become a Rooftop Steward
- Become a Beach-nesting Bird Monitor
- Become a Beach Steward
- If you hook a bird, don’t cut the line! Reel. Remove. Release.
- Report any wildlife violations to the FWC Wildlife Alert or call the Hotline 888-404-FWCC (3922)
|Common Name||Scientific Name|
|American Oystercatcher||Haematopus palliatus|
|Black Skimmer||Rynchops niger|
|Least Tern||Sternula antillarum|
|Wilson's Plover||Charadrius wilsonia|
3 Fun Facts About St. Johns/Flagler
- The St. Johns Partnership is the oldest FSA partnership along the Atlantic coast of Florida.
- St. Johns is generally recognized as the most important county along the Atlantic coast of Florida for beach-nesting Least Terns.
- This partnership has always had a special energy and a very committed workforce of conservation partners. One reason the partnership is so strong is due to the wide variety of state, local, federal, and NGO participation. This allows us to accomplish intensive monitoring and stewarding at priority sites.