Welcome Carly Batts, Community Director

Getting to work at Audubon of Martin County is my way of contributing to the success of arguably one of the most important biological monitors, birds.” – Carly Batts


Carly Batts joins Audubon of Martin County as Community Director effective immediately. In this new role, she will coordinate environmental projects, oversee volunteer programming and develop a youth committee within the Martin County School District. 

"We're all looking forward to working with Carly; her energy, ideas and educational background are a terrific fit for our chapter." – John Nelson, AoMC President.

In speaking of her new role, Batts said: “I am looking forward to several different things here at Audubon, including working with volunteers on ecological projects and forming a youth committee for local high schoolers. Anyone interested in getting involved with Audubon of Martin County, please contact me at carly@audubonmartincounty.org or call 772-288-2637.”

“Carly has tremendous passion and vision for the organization,” said AoMC board member Bev Poppke, adding “she brings a sense of refreshment and renewal to our mission and we’re very glad to be working with her.”

Ms. Batts earned her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Marketing from Stetson University and lives in Martin County. For Carly’s AoMC profile page – click here.

Blake Library Talk - Florida Audubon Today

Audubon Florida Executive Director, Julie Wraithmel,l has successfully led statewide conservation and wildlife policy initiatives, built Audubon Florida's robust coastal conservation program, coordinated Audubon's response to the Deepwater Horizon disaster, and helped secure millions in funding for protecting Florida’s land and water resources since her 2005 arrival at Audubon Florida. In 2015, she received the Callison Award, National Audubon Society's highest staff honor. Prior to Audubon, Wraithmell served eight years as a biologist at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). At FWC, she created the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail, an incredible Florida network of more than 500 premier wildlife viewing sites. Wraithmell has a Bachelor of Science in biology from Duke University and a Master of Science from Florida State University.
Date: Thursday, Nov 8, 2018, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
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Elliott Museum Lunch & Lecture Series

Lunch on the Fly
with John Nelson
Held the second Monday of
January, February, March and April
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Audubon of Martin County President, John Nelson
— photographer, videographer and voice of The Audubon Moment on WQCS — talks about local birds and the environmental issues that affect them. Talks are held from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm followed by an optional lunch in the art studio.
Lecture cost is $10 for Audubon of Martin County Members, $20 for non-members.
Additional information and registration can be found here.


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