Thursday, July 9, 2020

Friends of Tigertail

Entrance to Collier County's Tigertail Beach. Photo by Jeane Brennan

Entrance to Collier County’s Tigertail Beach. Photo by Jeane Brennan

The Friends of Tigertail Beach Inc., is a 501-c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the stewardship of this unique and rich natural area that is Tigertail Beach and Sand Dollar Spit. This group of dedicated volunteers serves our community through educational outreach programs throughout the year, such as field trips, nature and birding walks and group workshops.

During season Friends of Tigertail welcomes the public to our free programs. These programs start at 7:00 p.m. at the United Church of Marco, 320 North Barfield Drive. No reservations required. Our next two programs are:

Wednesday, Feb. 16th: “The Gulf, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” with Gary Lytton, Director of Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve & Regional Administrator for Aquatic Reserves in southwest Florida. Join us to learn about the health of the Gulf of Mexico and get the latest information on the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil leak.

Wednesday, March 16th: “The Tortoises of Marco” with Julie Ross, M.S. Environmental Sciences-FGCU. Come and learn about this unique animal, including Julie’s research with our island’s tortoises.

You can get the latest event information at our web site www.friendsoftigertail.com.

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