Contact NatureScape Broward:
Address: 115 S. Andrews Ave RM 329H, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
Phone: 954 519-0317
NatureScape Volunteers are committed individuals who have completed one or more of the following training programs.
NEW! Habitat Oases for Migrating Songbirds: A Program of Audubon's Atlantic Flyway Initiative
Florida Master Gardener
NatureScape is coordinating spring and fall surveys at transect sites within Broward County. The purpose of these surveys is to determine which trees and shrubs are the most important sources of food for hungry songbirds as they stop over in our region during their long-distance migrations between summering and wintering ranges.
For a complete description of this national project, visit the Audubon Connecticut website: urban-oases-migrating-songbirds
The Master Gardener training is offered annually through the UF/IFAS Broward County Extension Office.
Florida Master Naturalist
For information about local Master Naturalist course offerings contact:
National Wildlife Federation Habitat Stewards
Habitat Steward Training Classes are offered annually in January for residents and in August for Broward County Public School teachers and other educators. If you would like to become a Habitat Steward, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-519-0317 for information and registration.
- Work with communities to promote NatureScape principles.
- Lend expertise at special events.
- Give NatureScape presentations.
- Write articles for local newspapers and community newsletters.
- Promote an increase and diversification of native plants.
- Act as role models and leaders within their communities.
- Play a critical role in helping to ensure the success of the NatureScape Broward program.