Friends of the Refuge
Get in touch: 239.472.1100 ext. 4
Free naturalist-guided caravan tour.
Free indoor educational program
Learn all about the order Crocodilia.
Follow a naturalist along Wildlife Drive.
Join a naturalist on the Wildlife Drive/Indigo Trail loop.
Learn the art of nature photography.
Learn about the ancient Calusa people & indigenous plants.
Learn interesting facts about birds and how to identify them.
Naturalist-led caravan tour
Learn about local venomous wildlife.
Learn interesting facts about birds.
FREE 30-minute story-time program
Learn about the beach ecosystem.
Naturalist-led tour identifying plants and animals
Walk the trails of the Bailey Tract.
FREE 90-minute tour to the Wildlife Education Board
Learn about the order Crocodilia.
Discover local endangered species and how you can help them.
Explore one of America’s most endangered species. 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“Flamingos & Spoonbills: Pink Canaries in a Coal Mine”
“Five Islands Never Flooded: A Tour of the Islands of Pine Island Sound”
Biking, hiking, programs, and films on tap for Earth Day at the Refuge
“Ding” Darling Days’ Family Fun Day on Sunday, October 14, culminates a weekend of eco-activities.
An exhibition of world-renowned Clyde Butcher's black-and-white nature photography