2nd Annual St. Francis Wildlife Fest

St. Francis Wildlife Fest, Saturday, May 28, 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. at White Dog Plantation, 200 Coco Cola Ave.,Havana SR-12/Havana Hwy. (formerly Nicholson Farmhouse). Tickets 1 adult — $15 2 adults — $25 School-aged child w/adult — $5 5 & under w/adult — free. Free gif tfor first 50 families! 100% of proceeds benefits St. Francis Wildlife! Cash or checks only
Live Wildlife and hands-on fun
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White Dog Plantation (formerly Nicholson Farmhouse)
200 Coca Cola Ave. SR-12/Havana Hwy
Havana, FL

9th Annual Outdoor Experience

You're Invited to the 9th Annual Outdoor Experience, Saturday, April 30 from 10 am to 3 pm at The Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center - 9194 S. Jefferson Hwy, Lamont, FL 32344. Guest performances by the Gould Brothers - Shotgun and Randy Oitker - Archery. Hands-on activities for youth include: Archery, Fishing, Shooting, Hayrides, Live animals, Marine touch-tank, Bounce houses...and much more! This event is free to the public and open to all ages! For more information, call (850) 717-8702 or visit BTYCC.org. Please note: No pets are allowed at this event.
9th Annual Outdoor Experience at The Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center. Free to the public with hands-on activities for youth and guest performances!
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Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center
9194 S. Jefferson Hwy
Lamont, FL 32344
Phone: (850) 717-8702

Chattahoochee Boys & Girls Club

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Boys & Girls Club of the Big Bend

The Chattahoochee Boys and Girls Club is designed to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need guidance the most to reach their fullest potential. We are developing productive, caring and responsible young men and women. We teach a variety of programs to include SMART, Stride Academy and Music Club. We are striving to incorporate additional outdoor activities to our already established "free play", where kids can just be kids and have fun.

An Introduction to Fly Fishing Seminar

Sponsored by Cape Harbor Outfitters & Big Bend Fly Fishers, Saturday, March 26th 8AM to 12:00PM. With Dayle Mazzarella - Wyoming Fly Fishing Guide & IFFF certified Master Casting Instructor! What is Fly Fishing? What equipment is needed? Where can you Fly Fish? Who can help you learn? What species can I catch? Get the answers to all these questions and more! Seminar cost is only $35.00 per student, refreshments and lunch is provided. Seating is limited. Call or email Tom Logan to sign up today at Tomlogan@comcast.net or 850-212-5396.
A seminar designed for the person who is curious about & wants to begin their adventures in Fly Fishing!
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Seek & Destroy Coral Ardisia

For camaraderie, fun, healthy exercise, and the satisfaction of doing something good for the environment, consider participating in this event, which is part of a series of sessions for everyone--all ages--interested in the outdoors. Learn the importance of addressing the problem of invasive plants, with a particular focus on Coral Ardisia (CA), which is currently smothering much of the understory of this beautiful park and many other areas in Florida & N. Georgia.
During a short hike, participants will learn from experts about, and how to identify, invasive plants--particularly Coral Ardisia--and then help remove many pounds of them. Lunch provided too! Bring water, bug spray, gloves, and wear shoes appropriate for hiking. Tools provided.
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Sally and Barnette Allen Preserve
912 East Call Street
Tallahassee, FL
Phone: 850.509.5746

Girls, Inc. of Bay County


Girls Inc. is an afterschool and summer program for girls in 1st grade through high school. Our mission is to inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold. We do this through our national research based educational programming; STRONG= Healthy Living SMART= Academic Enrichment and Support and BOLD= Life Skills Instruction.

GreenWing Day

Ducks Unlimited Presents GreenWing Day on Saturday, February 27th from 10am to 3pm, Registration starts at 9am. At Ayavalla Airfield, located just off Gardner Rd. Cost is $20 per person. Activities include: Shooting, Wildlife ID, Hunter Safety, Woodworking Crafts, plus more. Grand Prize is a lifetime Hunting & Fishing License. For more info contact David Cardman at 863-581-0133 or Tallahasseegreenwings@gmail.com. www.TallyDucks.com. Directions: The event entrance is on Gardner Rd., which only runs west from Meridian Rd. Gardner Rd.
GreenWing Day - perpetuating the wonderful outdoors with our kids! Bring your enthusiasm for shooting sports and Wildlife. Enter to win a grand prize!
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Ayacalla Airfield
Gardner Road
Tallahassee , FL
Phone: 863-581-0133

Seek & Destroy Coral Ardisia

Sat., Feb. 20th, 2016: 9:30-12:30: Seek, Learn About & Destroy Invasive Plants! Timberlane Ravine Park, 3450 Timberlane School Road, Tallahassee, FL You will take ~1.0 mile hike while learning from experts, via hands-on work, how to ID and remove Coral Ardisia & ID some rare plants in the park. A free lunch will be provided (anonymous donor). Bring water bottle, bug spray, and your favorite clipper and work gloves if you have them (extra gloves, clippers and other tools will be available).
For camaraderie, fun, healthy exercise, and the satisfaction of doing something good for the environment, consider participating in this event, which is part of a series of sessions for everyone--all ages--interested in the outdoors. Learn the importance of addressing the problem of invasive plants, with a particular focus on Coral Ardisia (CA), which is currently smothering much of the understory of this beautiful park and many other areas in Florida & N. Georgia.
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Timberlane Ravine Park
3450 Timberlane School Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32312
Phone: 850-509-5746

"WHO" Wildlife Heritage & Outdoors Festival

Experience hands on activities for all ages! Food for purchase: Bradley's Sausages, All beef hot dogs, Sodas, Chips. Live Music by Hot Tamale, Live animal, Demo Camp, Youth Duck and Turkey Calling Contests begin at 1:30! Sponsored by Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation and Bass Pro Shops of Tallahassee. Division 1 ages 10 and under, Division 2 ages 11-17. Sign up by phone or at the festival Information Table prior to 1:00 pm. Feb. 6, 2016 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. 850-925-6121. www.fws.gov/refuge/st_marks/
The Wildlife, Heritage, and Outdoors Festival - experience firsthand how to cast a fly rod, throw a cast net, call turkey or waterfowl, meet members of Operation Migration's Whooping Crane project, meet representatives from many outdoors support organizations and much more. Visitor Center and Nature Store will be open for your enjoyment.
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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
1255 Lighthouse Road County Road 59
St. Marks, FL 32355
Phone: 850-925-6121

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