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November

Event: Volunteer EcoAction Day at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 11/04/17 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Connect with nature and get down and dirty at one of our monthly volunteer days! Join our naturalists in restoring the park and its natural areas with projects that include weed/invasive exotic vegetation removal, planting, mulching, and garbage clean-up. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellent, work gloves, small hand tools, and protection from the sun. Long shirts/pants, water, hats, and sunglasses are highly recommended.
Event: Fossil Reef Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 11/04/17 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Explore the Bear Cut Preserve’s fossilized reef and meet many of its inhabitants on this underwater adventure! Join Crandon Park’s naturalists as you snorkel along the 6000 year old fossilized mangrove reef (one of only two in the world) alongside spotted eagle rays, queen conchs, sea urchins, sea stars, and more. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart) and protection from the sun.
Event: Tales & Trails-Florida's First People
Event Date: 11/04/17 11:00AM
Contact #: 305-944-6111
Location: 1855 NE 135th Street
Description: Join us for a free program to engage children and families in fun, educational, outdoor experiences that enhance their appreciation for nature and the environment.Each month, the park will feature a reading of a specially selected nature-themed children's book, as well as various arts, science and nature activities. This is a completely free program.
Event: Sea Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 11/05/17 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Kayak on the beautiful shallow waters of Key Biscayne and explore the protected areas of the Bear Cut Preserve where land meets the sea. Join us as we paddle out past the sea-grass beds to a 2,000 year old fossil reef to snorkel and observe the tropical fish, spotted eagle rays, sea stars, and coastal birds that share this unique environment. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Fishing for Beginners at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 11/05/17 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Come join this class and leave with the knowledge required for ethical angling. Here we will learn valuable fishing information such as fish biology, and identification, various fishing techniques. After go out and perfect your fishing skills. Fishing equipment will be provided for all participants but you may use your own gear if you like.
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 11/10/17 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Let our naturalists take you on a journey along the shores of a land that has witnessed the comings and goings of man for over 2000 years, from the Tequesta tribes to the pirates that shipwrecked off shore. Paddle over sea-grass beds and sand flats as you make your way past an ancient fossilized reef and into the serene mangrove forests. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun
Event: International Coastal Cleanup Day at Crandon Park
Event Date: 11/11/17 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Connect with nature and get down and dirty at one of our monthly volunteer days! Join our naturalists in restoring the park and its natural areas with projects that include weed/invasive exotic vegetation removal, planting, mulching, and garbage clean-up. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellent, work gloves, small hand tools, and protection from the sun. Long shirts/pants, water, hats, and sunglasses are highly recommended.
Event: Introduction to Archery at A.D. Barnes Park
Event Date: 11/12/17 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-662-4124
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Learn about the origins and history of archery as both a sport and tool for survival in this educational and hands-on seminar before being instructed on proper technique. After the lesson, take some practice shots at a target to test your new skills. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable shoes and protection from the sun.
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 11/12/17 01:00PM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Let our naturalists take you on a journey along the shores of a land that has witnessed the comings and goings of man for over 2000 years, from the Tequesta tribes to the pirates that shipwrecked off shore. Paddle over sea-grass beds and sand flats as you make your way past an ancient fossilized reef and into the serene mangrove forests. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 11/18/17 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Let our naturalists take you on a journey along the shores of a land that has witnessed the comings and goings of man for over 2000 years, from the Tequesta tribes to the pirates that shipwrecked off shore. Paddle over sea-grass beds and sand flats as you make your way past an ancient fossilized reef and into the serene mangrove forests. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun
Event: Tales & Trails-Florida's First People
Event Date: 11/18/17 11:00AM
Contact #: 305-944-6111
Location: 1855 NE 135th Street
Description: Join us for a free program to engage children and families in fun, educational, outdoor experiences that enhance their appreciation for nature and the environment.Each month, the park will feature a reading of a specially selected nature-themed children's book, as well as various arts, science and nature activities. This is a completely free program.
Event: Volunteer EcoAction Day at Castellow Hammock
Event Date: 11/19/17 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-242-7688
Location: 22301 SW 162nd Ave
Description: Connect with nature and get down and dirty at one of our monthly volunteer days! Join our naturalists in restoring the park and its natural areas with projects that include weed/invasive exotic vegetation removal, planting, mulching, and garbage clean-up. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellent, work gloves, small hand tools, and protection from the sun. Long shirts/pants, water, hats, and sunglasses are highly recommended.
Event: Fishing for Beginners at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 11/19/17 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Come join this class and leave with the knowledge required for ethical angling. Here we will learn valuable fishing information such as fish biology, and identification, various fishing techniques. After go out and perfect your fishing skills. Fishing equipment will be provided for all participants but you may use your own gear if you like.
Event: Coral Gables Waterway Canoe Tour
Event Date: 11/19/17 10:00AM
Contact #: (305) 666-5883
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Explore the history of Coral Gables in this leisurely canoe paddle through the City Beautiful. This guided tour will teach you all about the man-made waterway’s delightful blend of unique vistas, abundant wildlife, and historic landmarks. This trip meets at the A.D. Barnes Park Nature Center; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.<br><br>
Event: Introduction to Archery at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 11/24/17 01:00PM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Learn about the origins and history of archery as both a sport and tool for survival in this educational and hands-on seminar before being instructed on proper technique. After the lesson, take some practice shots at a target to test your new skills. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable shoes and protection from the sun.<br><br>
Event: Campfire & Night Walk at A.D. Barnes Park
Event Date: 11/24/17 05:30PM
Contact #: 305-662-4124
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Take a night-time stroll into some of the various natural ecosystems of Miami alongside a naturalist guide to discover the marvelous nocturnal life of the park at dusk. Experience the sights and sounds of eastern screech owls, raccoons, night spiders, and many more nocturnal natives. This program meets at the park Nature Center; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellent, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire.
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 11/25/17 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Let our naturalists take you on a journey along the shores of a land that has witnessed the comings and goings of man for over 2000 years, from the Tequesta tribes to the pirates that shipwrecked off shore. Paddle over sea-grass beds and sand flats as you make your way past an ancient fossilized reef and into the serene mangrove forests. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 11/26/17 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Let our naturalists take you on a journey along the shores of a land that has witnessed the comings and goings of man for over 2000 years, from the Tequesta tribes to the pirates that shipwrecked off shore. Paddle over sea-grass beds and sand flats as you make your way past an ancient fossilized reef and into the serene mangrove forests. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun
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