Tropical Audubon Society

LAST UPDATED: November 02, 2018
Environment & Public Spaces
Mission: To conserve and restore South Florida ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats. Tropical Audubon Society facilitates its Mission via: Conservation: Protect native plants, indigenous species and the environment by promoting wise stewardship of habitat and natural resources. Education: Cultivate a better understanding of, and appreciation for, Nature, the environment and ecological relationships. Preservation: Maintain the integrity of the Doc Thomas House in accordance with its charter designation, its Miami-Dade County historic status, its Florida Heritage Site recognition and its distinguished listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Recreation: Bring together those with shared interests for pleasurable outings and events that showcase our Steinberg Nature Center and other treasured South Florida habitats. Geographic Target: Our core region is comprised of Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, wherein we focus on water quality and habitat sustainability in Biscayne Bay, Florida Bay and the Everglades.
5530 SUNSET DR
MIAMI, FL 33143-5610

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BOARD

Dr. Jose F. Barros, D.D.S.
Board President
Subrata Basu
Secretary
Sara Conde, CPA
Treasurer
Lewis Milledge, Esq.
Second Vice President, Grounds Chair
Brian Rapoza, Educator
Vice President, Birding Chair
Elizabeth Smith
Vice President, Events Chair
Alan Steinberg
First Vice President
Dan Jones
Historian

STAFF

Dr. Jose F. Barros, D.D.S.
Board President
Ana Lima
Communications Manager
Amy Creekmur
Events & Volunteer Director
Alison Enchelmaier
Education Director

Financials

This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$250,000

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