The Limpkin Times

Apalachee Audubon Society Mission Statement:
Protection of the environment through education,
appreciation and conservation.

July 2017  

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August Movie Event

Join us for the Tallahassee premiere of Chasing Coral, a stunning and thought provoking film from the makers of Chasing Ice. There is no admission fee, but donations for the site rental are welcome.
Feel free to download, print, and share the event flyer.


Chasing Coral, Tallahassee


Thursday, August 10th  |  7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Challenger Learning Center


FREE


Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.
(Donations accepted)


Sponsored by Big Bend Sierra Club, ReThink Energy Florida, Apalachee Audubon, Citizens Climate Lobby and Surfrider Foundation.


July/August Field Trips
  Friday, July 28
Lake Seminole and 3 Rivers
State Park

Meet at  7:30 a.m.  at the Pilot gas station at the intersection of US 90 West and I-10. We will be carpooling so please indicate if you are a willing driver.

Friday, August 11
Southwood/Tram Holding Ponds

Meet at 8:00 a.m. at the large Biltmore Pond on Biltmore Rd. in Southwood. We will be carpooling, so let me know if you are a willing driver. We will do light walking and finish by lunch.

Saturday, August 26
Lake Jackson Landings

Meet at Okeeheepkee Prairie Park at 8:00 a.m., which is located off N. Monroe just north of I-10. We will then carpool to Crowder, Faulk, and other Lake Jackson landings. There is minimal walking involved ( it is summer) and we will finish by lunch. We will be carpooling, so let me know if you are a willing driver.
Please email Helen Jelks King at thekingsom@gmail.com if you plan to attend or want more information.
Visit the  Field Trips web page  for information about upcoming trips through September.
September Bioblitz 

Become a biologist for a day (if you aren’t already) by joining FWC staff and subject matter experts during the Watermelon Pond Wildlife and Environmental Area Bioblitz on September 23. You will search for birds, plants, reptiles, amphibians, and insects to help biologists better understand the distribution of species in the area using the brand new Florida Nature Trackers program.

For all you birders, a special “early bird” event from 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM will offer a chance to view burrowing owls and, possibly, Bachman’s sparrows. 


Check back in the next issue of the Limpkin Times for registration details. We hope to see you there!




We want to hear from you! Send us your reports from the field, your photos, and birding/conservation related events in the community. 
Apalachee Audubon Society
A North Florida Chapter of the National Audubon Society