Overnight Science Camp for Friends Members
Another Fantastic Experience!
It was back by popular demand! If you couldn't go this year, here's hoping you can make it next year. Click here for details and photos.
We had 5 people at the training class on Tuesday, November 4. Vic gave a presentation on plant ID, equipment used, & work locations. We then loaded up the new trailer with the needed items and proceeded down to the property just Northwest of #4 bridge to review the work location. We will start the Eradication program at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, November 11 near the Dennis Andrews residence. If you can come and help, or want more information, contact Roger at email@example.com.
Bats, Bat House, and Guano
The Bat House is Here
And there is free guano for you
You do not have to climb up and get it. Refuge Ranger Pam shoveled several bags and you can go take what you need on Sunday or Monday, November 9 and 10, from the bags near the bat house. After Monday, call the refuge to see when more will be available.
Friends Booth at the Cedar Key Seafood Festival
Autumn Beauty on the Lower Suwannee Refuge
This year's wildflowers are spectacular. Click here.
What Else Are Friends Members Working On?
- The Budget Committee, the Communications Team, the Ibis Team, the Membership Committee, and the Nominations committee are all meeting this month.
- The Board of Directors will meet at refuge headquarters from 10:00 to noon on Thursday November 20. All are welcome. Topics on the agenda include discussions of committee suggestions and many of the activities mentioned in this News Brief.
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