Calendar of Events
|March 1 - June 30||Seahorse Key and 300 foot buffer zone around the island closed to protect colonial bird rookery|
|March||Annual Meeting of Friends of Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge
Spring bird migration begins
March 3 – 10:30-2:00. Join the Ranger-led paddle to North Key, Wilderness area of the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge. Call 352/493-0238, x223 leave your contact information. Only 20 will be permitted on the paddle. Sea kayaks, pfd, whistle and water are required.
March 6 & 13 – 10:00- 11:30. Meet at Shell Mound Trailhead for this walk back in time. Learn more about Florida’s ancient cultures than you ever did in school on this easy walk over the 6,000 year old Archaeological site.
March 12 - 10:30 – 12PM. Showing of Green Fire – Aldo Leopold and the Land Ethic of our Time, at Cedar Key Library. Call 352/493-0238 for more information.
|April||Peak of the spring migration
Cedar Key Spring Arts Festival
|May||International Migratory Bird Day
Peak of breeding bird nesting
|June - September||Good time to explore the Gulf of Mexico by boat
Fall bird migration - peaks August 15 through September
July 5 - Refuge Openhouse at Seahorse Key - the lighthouse will be open for touring.
|October||October 3 - 5 Nature Coast Birding and Wildlife Extravaganza
Get Wild during National Wildlife Refuge Week!
National Wildlife Refuge Week Celebration and Cedar Key Seafood Festival -- October 18& 19, 2008, 9:00-4:00 -- Join us for the openhouse at Seahorse Key Lighthouse.
|November||Good Birding Opportunities|
|December||Audubon Christmas Bird Count|