Friday, December 4, 2020

Discover a Natural Treasure

 

 

Discover a natural treasure on the corner of Marco Island. The Friends of Tigertail Beach are hosting “Discover Tigertail” at 400 Hernando Drive on Saturday, March 3 from 10 a.m. until noon. Admission is free.

Browse through these information stations at your own pace:

  • “Everything You Want to Know about Loggerhead Sea Turtles” with Marco Island’s own Turtle Lady, Mary Nelson
  • “Shelling 101” with shell enthusiasts Joan & Burt Robbins
  • “Birds of Tigertail” with Beverly Anderson, Research Specialist – Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • “Meet the Creatures of the Lagoon” with Conservancy of Southwest Florida Volunteer Naturalists Carole Talkowski, Marge & John Tunnel
  • “Coastal Fishing” with Meredith Bayer, Education Specialist – Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • “Tigertail’s Living Beach: What Is This?” with Collier County Park Ranger Carol Buckler
  • “Butterfly Gardening” with gardening enthusiast Linda Colombo
  • “Introduction to Plants of Tigertail Beach” with Ken Kubat, Volunteer Naturalist
  • “Crustaceans of Tigertail” with Marty Roddy, Ph.D.
  • “Tigertail’s Osprey Family” with Susan Kubat, Volunteer Naturalist
  • “Mother Nature’s Changes at Tigertail & Sand Dollar Spit” with Debbie Roddy President – Friends of Tigertail

This is a unique opportunity to learn and ask questions about the flora and fauna that make Tigertail unique.

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