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June 18, 2021


2/26/2021 12:44:00 PM
Volunteer for Bird Stewardship at Stump Pass Beach State Park
Least tern offering a mating gift.
Least tern offering a mating gift.

For the past several years, Least Terns and Wilson Plovers have nested at Stump Pass Beach State Park, and hopefully they will nest again. Also last year, a Snowy Plover laid eggs on Stump, but she abandoned the nest. Unfortunately, dogs on the beach pose a threat to these nesting shorebirds, so we hope to educate the public by continuing a bird steward program. Beach nesting birds need our help to survive.

The Friends of Stump Pass (FOSP) in collaboration with the Florida Shorebird Alliance is continuing a Bird Steward Program for Stump Pass Beach State Park this summer and they invite you to participate. Our zoom training session will be held Friday, March 5 from 1:30-3p.m. If interested, please contact Carol McCoy at carol@realmccoys.org

Carol McCoy (Volunteer Coordinator), Mary Lundeberg (Site Training and Educational Support), Tyson Dallas (FWC Shorebird biologist) and Susie Derheimer, (Environmental Specialist, Charlotte County), will provide the training. 







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