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Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival
Titusville - FL
November 16-20, 2005

Phone: Nita Harris: 321-268-5224 - E-mail: neta@natureandspace.com

A 29 hour birding contest for professionals, beginners and kids. Enjoy a true outdoor learning experience with seminars, field trips and workshops led by professionals and fabulous bird and wildlife viewing opportunities. Exhibits, socials andkids activities make this a great time for the whole family.


Orlando Wetlands Park Festival
Christmas, FL
February 18. 2006

Phone: 407-568-1706 or 407-246-2213

Come and enjoy the Orlando Wetlands Park Festival on Saturday from 9am-3pm. This world renowned example of Wetlands Engineering is a 1,650 acre oasis for flora, fauna, and feathered friends near the Ft. Christmas Park in Christmas, Florida. Free to all!


Everglades BirdTrek -- Spoonbills, Storks and EcoSystems
Flamingo - FL
February 24 - 26, 2006

Phone: 954-776-5585 - E-mail: BirdTrek@browardaudubon.org

A 3-day birding and ecology festival in the Main and Shark Valley sections of Everglades National Park. Included: naturalist guided birdwatching, luxury coach transportation to sites and trails, 2 nights lodging at famous Flamingo Lodge, 7 meals, full use of park facilities, exhibitors, and evening seminars on birdlife, habitats and restoration of the Everglades. Optional boating, canoeing, kayaking, biking, fishing, back-country hiking are available.


13th Weeki Wachee Swamp Festival
Weeki Wachi, FL
March 4-5, 2006

Phone: 352-596-3757

The Swamp Fest, a good old-fashioned family fun festival, is located the Linda Pederson Park at Jenkins Creek. Come and enjoy! Entertainment - Swamp Foods - Wild Life Exhibits - Art and Craft Vendors - Swamp Costume Contest - Swamp Fest T-shirt Contest


Big "O" Birding Festival
Moore Haven, Fl
March 30-31 and April 1, 2007

Phone: Peggy Barton: 863-946-0300 - E-mail: twhirls@gladescountyedc.com

Festival includes guest speakers, tours, presentations and exhibits. Dr. Jerome Jackson, author of "In Search of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker" will give the keynote speech. Julie Brashears Wraithmell with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, will give a presentation on the fifth and final section of the Great Florida Birding Trail, opening next February. Linda White, Birds of Prey Center, lecturing on the Eagle Watch Program. "Kids are for the Birds," event for children in Tom Perry Memorial Park in the Moore Haven's historic riverfront district. There will also be numerous tours offered, which include, viewing eagle nesting sites at Brighton Seminole Reservation and a Sugarland Barn Owl tour. Art & Crafts vendor booths.



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