Support Ornithology Collections and Research
The Florida Museum of Natural History, located at the University of Florida, is Florida's state museum of natural history, dedicated to understanding, preserving and interpreting biological diversity and cultural heritage to ensure their survival for future generations.
The Ornithology Department is one of the world's leading bird research units, with significant collections of birds, eggs, skeletons, skins, sound recordings, and publications. These collections are vital to our mission of training students and conducting research on bird biology in Florida and around the world. We currently are involved in more than 15 research projects in Florida, Arizona, Mexico, and many islands in the Caribbean and South Pacific.
Bird species and their native habitats are disappearing at an alarming rate.
Crucial information about their biology is needed now in order to preserve species that are in danger of extinction or in decline. The Ornithology Department's research provides this key knowledge, allowing scientists and policy makers to better target and protect threatened species and the environments in which they live.
Donate to the Ornithology Department and help scientists broaden our understanding of birds and their habitats.
Your gift will:
- Fund research that will lead to new discoveries about birds and their habitats
- Provide support for scientists and graduate students to present research findings at national and international conferences
- Purchase equipment for improved collections storage and data management
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donation form (PDF) and mail to:
Florida Museum of Natural History
Powell Hall - Box 112710
Gainesville, FL 32611-2710
Photo Credits: Jamaican Tody, Brown Booby: David Steadman; FLMNH Bird Collection: Jeff Gage; Eastern Bluebird: Joe Kosack/PGC Photo; Snowy Egret: Luis Rock; Roseate Spoonbill: Richard Martin/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Ivory-billed Woodpecker mount: Jeff Gage.