Dedicated to the protection of birds, other animals, and their habitats through education and activism
Southeast Volusia Audubon Society, P.O. Box 46, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32170; president@SEVolusiaAudubon.org
Each of the three Volusia Audubon clubs annually contributes $100
toward prizes at the Tomoka Science Fair for a total of $300. We award
a first prize of $100 and a second of $50 in Junior and Senior
Divisions to the best environmental related projects. This year the
event was held at Atlantic High School in Daytona Beach on January
19th. Fred Mosher of Halifax River Audubon and Ken Gunn from SEVAS were
The prizes awarded were as follows:
First Place: Catch of the Day – Osprey catch rates on Lake Beresford; Matthew Hamlin – Southwestern Middle School.
Second Place: Does having Native Plants in a Yard Affect the Amount of Insects In It; Hannah Young – New Smyrna Beach Middle School.
First Place: The Effect of Estradiol on the Productivity of
Hydrophala Difformis; Zachary Brown – Spruce Creek High
Second Place: Rose Bay Disaster to Legacy – Crown Conch Populations; Quinn Zacharias – Deland High School.