Nature at Noon: Beach Birds in SWFL at Lover’s Key State Park
October 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Nature at Noon Interpretive Program
Weds. Oct 6th, 2021
Join Florida Master Naturalist Tony Mauriello for FREE interpretive programs at the new Welcome & Discovery Center at Lovers Key State Park. The programs will be held indoors in the Community Room or in the outdoor classroom at 12pm and run approximately an hour and a half. No registration required.
Beach Birds in Southwest Florida – Southwest Florida beaches are a wonderful place to observe shorebirds. In addition to resident Gulls and Ospreys, migration brings Sandpipers, Terns, Skimmers, and many other interesting birds to our shores. Helpful hints will be provided on how to identify shorebirds and the various species you might see along the beaches and estuaries.
FEES: All Nature at Noon Programs are FREE with paid entrance to the park admission fees of: $4.00 for vehicles with one individual. $8.00 for vehicles with two to eight individuals. $2.00 per pedestrian or cyclist.
CONTACT: For additional information please contact the Ranger Station at Lovers Key State Park: 8700 Estero Blvd., Bonita Springs, FL 33931 (239) 463-4588