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EventFNPS Mangrove Chapter Field Trip
CityPunta Gorda
PlaceAlligator Preserve
Address10941 Burnt Store Rd
DetailsFNPS Mangrove Chapter Field Trip The Saturday after Thanksgiving is the perfect time to take a walk through one of Charlotte County’s loveliest preserves. On Saturday, the 24th of November, Trail Guide Al Squires, will lead a walk through a section of Alligator Preserve in Punta Gorda. The Preserve is located at the Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center (CHEC), 10941 Burnt Store Rd in Punta Gorda 33955. The Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center (“CHEC”), a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, is dedicated to raising public awareness of the valuable natural and cultural resources in the greater Charlotte Harbor area by providing environmental education, recreation, research, and management of conservation lands. In 1983, Charles E. Caniff envisioned and worked toward creating a center in Charlotte County, where children and adults could come to experience and learn about the natural Florida environment. Thanks to Mr. Caniff's hard work and dedication, and the support of Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center's sponsors, the Alligator Creek and Cedar Point Centers were established and now provide over 20 different educational programs. They manage 8 environmentally sensitive lands, and provide recreational opportunities to the community and more than 8 miles of hiking trails. Alligator Creek Preserve was established in 1987, adjacent to the 30,000+ acre Charlotte Harbor State Park Preserve, and includes four miles of nature trails. Walkers will meet at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 24. For more information about the post-Thanksgiving walk, you may contact Trail Guide, Al Squires at 941-769-3633 or email him at ahsquires1@comcast.net The Mangrove Chapter is one of 37 FNPS Chapters throughout Florida and meets the second Tuesday of each month from October through April. At each meeting a program on natural history, landscaping with native plants, or other similar topic is presented. Field trips are the last Saturday of each month except for December. Field trips, meetings and other FNPS activities are free and open to everyone. More information about the Mangrove Chapter of FNPS can be located on our website: http://www.mangrove.fnpschapters.org.
Start DateSaturday, November 24, 2018
Start Time9:00 AM
End Time11:00 AM
Additional InformationAl Squires
Phone941-769-3633
Emailahsquires1@comcast.net
Web Addresswww.mangrove.fnpschapters.org





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