Audubon of Southwest Florida
Post Office Box 61041
Fort Myers, Florida 33906-1041

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The mission of Audubon of Southwest Florida is to protect plants, animals, and their habitats and to promote environmental education and a greater community involvement with the natural world.

Audubon of Southwest Florida, Inc. is an affiliated chapter of the National Audubon Society and Audubon of Florida.


Birding & Butterflies!

Black Island Trail at Lover's Key State Park
8:00 am Saturday, May 2, 2015

Join Audubon of Southwest Florida Saturday, May 2, 2015, for a leisurely 2.6 mile hike along the Black Island Trail at Lover's Key State Park. Should be plenty of wildlife including birds and butterflies.


The park is just south of Fort Myers Beach between New Pass and Big Carlos Pass at 8700 Estero Boulevard.

We will meet in parking area # 2 at 8:00 am with an 8:15 am embarkation. There is a $4 state park entrance fee ($8 per vehicle with 2 or more occupants).

Be sure to dress appropriately and bring your binoculars, cameras, and water.

While there is no charge for this event, donations will be accepted.

Please RSVP if you plan on attending to audubon.southwest.florida@gmail.com

 

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The Audubon of SW Florida chapter offers a variety of field trips, programs and services for its members and the community. We raise funds for environmental efforts including land acquisition and public information campaigns; sponsor educational programs and scholarships via The Charles Foster Conservation Fund; and assist with the management of Audubon of Florida's sanctuary properties in Lee County. Meetings are held at 7 PM on the third Thursday of  the month at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium at 3450 Ortiz Ave, Ft. Myers. We'd like you to join us.
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Audubon of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Post Office Box 61041
Fort Myers, Florida 33906-1041
Chapter code: E33
info@audubonswfl.org

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