JOIN THE FLORIDA BLUEBIRD SOCIETY
You are invited to become a member of the Florida Bluebird Society and join the statewide team of volunteers working to conserve and protect the Eastern Bluebird and other federally protected cavity-nesting birds in the Sunshine State.
A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERCIVES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
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We are Thankful for Our Special Members
The Florida Bluebird Society thanks the following individuals and organizations for their generous financial support.
Madison E. Alderson — Williston
Jack Beery — Shalimar
David Foster — Jacksonville
Ann Harwood- Nuss — Jacksonville
Joanne Heinrich — Jacksonville
Louis Nipper — Hernando (dec.2017)
Pam Overmyer — Panama City
Beth Reed — Lutz
Billi Wagner — Vero Beach
Richard Yeager — Penney Farms
Cypress Business Communications — Jacksonville
Native Nurseries of Tallahassee
Bluebird Pharmacy & Spa — Ponte Vedra Beach
Bidwell’s Wild Birds Unlimited — St. Johns
Jean Middleton — Amelia Island
Libby Beese — Palm Coast
Candace Bridgewater — Ponte Vedra
Shannon Joyce — Clermont
Margaret Kopriva — Jacksonville
Jane Miller — Sanford
Teri Pollard — Callahan
Brenda Dillingham – Weeki Wachee
Dave Keim – Clermont
Frances Nichols—Orange Park
Jane Simpson—Fleming Island
We owe much gratitude to the Charter Members who helped provide the financial foundation for the creation of the Florida Bluebird Society.
Ann & Terra Burgoyne
Nancy Lee Kennedy
Mary & John Miller
Phil & Jackie Berry
Audubon Society of Martin County
Alice M. Tyler 1928 – 2009
Alice Tyler, 81, died October 2, 2009. Alice will be remembered as a dedicated conservationist who supported many environmental organizations and state parks. She built and maintained bluebird trails consisting of more than 30 nest boxes in Williston, Levy County. Her interest is indicated by the fact that when discharged from the hospital in Aug 2009, her sister brought Alice directly to the organizational meeting of the Florida Bluebird Society in Gainesville, without first taking her home.
Lonnie Tate 1935 – 2011
Alonzo Lloyd (Lonnie) Tate, 75, died October 11, 2011. A lifetime resident of Jacksonville, Lonnie was introduced to bluebirds by his friend David Foster. Lonnie build nest boxes and helped us get the Florida Bluebird Society off the ground.