Erika Zambello

Communications Director, Audubon Florida

As Communications Director for Audubon Florida, Erika coordinates engagement, communication, and publications for the Sunshine State's conservation, coastal, policy, research, Center, and sanctuary programs. Based in Tallahassee, Erika works across the state to tell stories of resiliency, and how birds and people are affected by climate change, development, hurricanes, and more. Prior to Audubon, Erika worked in communications and project management for regional environmental organizations and local government. Erika holds a bachelor's degree from Cornell University, and master's degrees from Duke University and the University of West Florida. 

Articles by Erika Zambello

a person stands on a beach and looks through a spotting scope, facing left. In the background is the ocean and a blue sky with sparse clouds.
Bird Bands Shed Light on Cross-Flyway Shorebird Migrations
October 02, 2023 — Audubon Florida biologist Michael Ferrara tracks banded plovers as they stop over in the Panhandle on their twice-yearly journeys.
Banding Offers a Clue into the Mysterious World of Birds
April 08, 2020 — Audubon’s bird banding program helps us understand how birds are recovering on the Gulf Coast.