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Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 04/03/15 07:30PM
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Introduction to Archery at A.D. Barnes Park
Event Date: 04/04/15 02:00PM
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.
Event: Campfire & Night Walk at Castellow Hammock Park
Event Date: 04/04/15 07:00PM
Description: Take a night-time stroll into some of the various natural ecosystems of South Florida 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 EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Introduction to Archery at Crandon Park
Event Date: 04/09/15 04:00PM
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.
Event: Sunset Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 04/10/15 07:00PM
Description: Relax on your journey along the shallow waters of Key Biscayne and watch the sun slowly set as you paddle through the unspoiled expanse of the Bear Cut Preserve. The rising moon will light your path as you make your way back through the tropical waters. This trip meets in the Crandon Park Marina.
Event: Creatures of the Night at Greynolds Park
Event Date: 04/10/15 07:00PM
Description: Come learn about the mysteries of the night and see what lurks around our park when the lights go out! Our naturalists will guide you through the parkís nature trails in search of its nocturnal residents including eastern screech owls, raccoons, night spiders, and more. This program meets at the Greynolds Park Boat House; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight.
Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 04/10/15 07:30PM
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Key Biscayne Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 04/12/15 09:30AM
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: Oleta River Canoe Tour
Event Date: 04/12/15 10:00AM
Description: Amidst the hustle and bustle of city life in Miami, the Oleta River is an unchanged beacon for wildlife. Relive the river's historic past with park naturalists as you explore the transition of ecosystems in this natural haven for wading birds, osprey, fish, and the endangered manatee. This trip meets at East Greynolds Park; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Chapman Field Kayak Trek
Event Date: 04/12/15 03:00PM
Description: Learn about the history and ecology of this once-airfield turned park as you paddle through a variety of South Florida habitats. Fish and birds are plentiful as you journey through a mangrove forest, past an active bird rookery and into the Biscayne Bay. This trip meets at the Chapman Field Park launch ramp; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Introduction to Archery at Crandon Park
Event Date: 04/16/15 04:00PM
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.
Event: Campfire & Night Walk at Arch Creek Park
Event Date: 04/17/15 07:00PM
Description: Take a night-time stroll into some of the various natural ecosystems of South Florida 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 EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 04/17/15 07:30PM
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Biscayne Bay Canoe Trek
Event Date: 04/18/15 01:00PM
Description: This naturalist-led canoe trip explores the forgotten and secret park of Key Biscayne. Paddle through the peaceful wilderness where great blue herons, spotted eagle rays, upsidedown jellyfish and more lurk among the mangrove fringes. This trip meets at the Crandon Park Marina, please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart) and protection from the sun.
Event: Coral Gables Waterway Canoe Tour
Event Date: 04/19/15 09:00AM
Description: Explore the history of Coral Gables in this leisurely paddle through the City Beautiful. This guided tour will teach you the about the delightful blend of unique natural vistas, abundant wildlife, and historic landmarks throughout the Coral gables Waterway as you make your way toward the bay. This trip meets at the A.D. Barnes Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking (at least one quart) water, closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Archaeological History Walk
Event Date: 04/19/15 01:00PM
Description: Bring the family to explore the fascinating past of Arch Creek Park on this child-friendly adventure! Our naturalist guides will take you on a hike through the tropical hardwood hammock where you will learn about the Tequesta tribe. After the hike, take a hands-on approach to discovery with a demonstration at a mock excavation site and learn the true value of historical and archaeological sites.
Event: Introduction to Archery at Crandon Park
Event Date: 04/23/15 04:00PM
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.
Event: Sunset Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 04/24/15 07:00PM
Description: Relax on your journey along the shallow waters of Key Biscayne and watch the sun slowly set as you paddle through the unspoiled expanse of the Bear Cut Preserve. The rising moon will light your path as you make your way back through the tropical waters. This trip meets in the Crandon Park Marina.
Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 04/24/15 07:30PM
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Oleta River Canoe Tour
Event Date: 04/25/15 10:00AM
Description: Amidst the hustle and bustle of city life in Miami, the Oleta River is an unchanged beacon for wildlife. Relive the river's historic past with park naturalists as you explore the transition of ecosystems in this natural haven for wading birds, osprey, fish, and the endangered manatee. This trip meets at East Greynolds Park; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Campfire & Night Walk at Castellow Hammock Park
Event Date: 04/25/15 07:00PM
Description: Take a night-time stroll into some of the various natural ecosystems of South Florida 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 EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Sea Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 04/26/15 09:30AM
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 6,000 year old fossil reef to snorkel and observe the tropical fish, spotted eagle rays, sea stars, and coastal birds that share this fragile and unique environment. This trip meets at the Crandon Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Introduction to Archery at Crandon Park
Event Date: 04/30/15 04:00PM
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.