Learn about owls and meet Merlin the Barred Owl up close while enjoying breakfast before the Center opens to the public. $15 for adults, $7 for child Annual Passholder price: $7 for adults and $3 for child Registration required. Includes a muffin breakfast and Center entry after the event.
2017 is the 75th Anniversary of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Wildlife Management Area system. As part of this year long celebration, Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail staff Andy Wraithmell and Whitney Gray will be leading a bird and butterfly walk at L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area near Tallahassee on Saturday October 7. Register Here
This event has been cancelled due to the impacts from Hurricane Irma.
Annual Awards Banquet with Guest Speaker Chuck Hess “What Woodpeckers Tell Us About Woodlands” Thursday, May 18 Lafayette Presbyterian Church 4220 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee • Dinner begins at 6:30 PM. Dinner will be gyros with Greek sides. Vegan options are available. • Tickets are $10 and may be purchased in advance at Native Nurseries or Wild Birds Unlimited. • Tickets …
Come enjoy a morning of nature with your child (ages 3-9)! March 25, 9 a.m. – Noon at Wakulla Environmental Institute The fun and interactive educational activities are based on Flying WILD, which is a children’s supplementary environmental education program emphasizing birds and bird conservation with. • Music • Educational Activities • Art Projects • Face Painting • Bird Watching …
Ever wondered how to get more birds to visit your backyard? Ever wondered what all those little birds are called? Whitney Gray, Coordinator of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail, will give a presentation on north Florida backyard birds – attracting them and identifying them.
Join Body Hill Nature Preserve as they celebrate birds of prey! Admission is free! Park at Lakewood High School (1400 54th Ave. S.) and take the FREE shuttle to the Preserve. Check out the website for more info.