Fall 2017 Newsletter

Our Fall 2017 newsletter is now available. Articles include: President’s Letter Our New Office and Office Manager 2017 Scholarship Winner: Katie Redmann Tarpon Research News Volunteer Profile: Capt. Becca deRosa What’s Up in the Watershed Volunteer Profile: Dave Clayton Volunteer Profile: Lucia Schatteleyn Wildflower Preserve Habitat Restoration Update Giving Tuesday: “Step Forward for Wildflower” Fundraising […]

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Step Forward For Wildflower! Fundraising Campaign

This year, Lemon Bay Conservancy is joining the international #GivingTuesday movement with a special “Step Forward for Wildflower” fundraising campaign. Giving Tuesday is officially the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year, that’s November 28th. You can help us by donating any time between now and November 28! Following the frenzies of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the idea behind […]

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Nov. 2017-Apr. 2018 Nature Walks & Special Events

This “winter” season we have a fun and informative schedule of nature walks and special events planned. Our highly-qualified, volunteer guides are leading nature walks at Wildflower Preserve, Stump Pass State Park, Blind Pass (Middle Beach) Park on Manasota Key, and other interesting venues. Special events include the Charlotte Harbor Nature Festival, our Toast to […]

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New LBC Office Location

Lemon Bay Conservancy has moved to a new location!  We’re on McCall Road, about two blocks south of Dearborn Street in Englewood. Our new office address is: Lemon Bay Conservancy, Inc. 150 S McCall Road, Suite 2 Englewood, FL  34223 Our phone number remains the same, 941-830-8922. Our usual office hours are Monday – Thursday, 10:00 […]

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Free Columbus Day Nature Walk: Birds of Wildflower

Pileated Woodpecker

On Monday, October 9, Lemon Bay Conservancy invites you to join experienced birder Susy d’Hont for a free early morning nature walk to observe some of the many bird species that frequent Wildflower Preserve.  Fall migration is underway and you may see some of the “snow birds” that arrive in our area for winter season. […]

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