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Field Trips - Classes - Special

Marion County Audubon Society Field Trips:

Please join us on these outings sponsored by the Marion County Audubon

Society. Meet at the walk site at 9:00 a.m. We welcome everyone interested in
nature. For more information call Carolyn Retey at 352-622-2835. Always bring
binoculars, water and insect repellant.

• October 20, 2010: Wednesday, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State

Park 18700 South County Road 325, Cross Creek, Florida GPS is Lat:
29.48028 Lon:-83.16167

• November 17, 2010: Wednesday, Salt Springs Trail 14152 State Road
19N, Salt Springs, Florida GPS is Lat: 29.2916 Lon:-81.70833

• December 15, 2010: Wednesday, Ocklawaha Prairie Restoration Area

GPS is Lat: 29.106434 Lon: 81.908736 From downtown Ocala, take SR
40 East 14 miles to CR 314A. Turn right (south) on CR 314A and go 7
miles. Turn sharply right and follow S.E. 85th Street less than 1 mile to
public parking area on the left.

• January 19, 2011: Wednesday, Bolen Bluff & Prairie Boardwalk About 4
miles south of Gainesville, East side of 441 just before Paynes Prairie.

• February 16, 2011: Wednesday, Wood Duck Drive, Emeralda Marsh

GPS is 28.886547 N, -81.790555 W

• March 16, 2011: Wednesday, Carney Island Park, 13275 S.E. 115th
Ave., Ocklawaha GPS is Lat: 29.013228 Lon: -81.964723

• May 18, 2011: Wednesday, Orange Creek South GPS is Lat: 29.4301
Lon: -82.0628 From U.S. 301, take CR 318 east approximately three miles
to the entrance sign.

Marion County Parks and Recreation Nature Walks

Get outside and test your observation skills with a nature walk. Meet at the site at
9:30 a.m. Bring a hat, binoculars, water and insect repellent. For more
information call 1-352-671-8560.

Coffee With the Birds

A Silver River State Park sponsored bird walk the third Saturday of each month.
Meet at the Pavilion next to the Library at Silver River State Park at 8 a.m. The
first walk will be October 17. Bring water, binoculars and insect repellant.

Nature Walk at Payne’s Prairie Preserve State Park

Walk with a ranger every month starting in November. Call 1-352-466-4100 to
register. The event is limited to 25 participants and you must register to walk.

Rainbow Springs Guided Bird Walks

Meet at the Visitor’s Center at 8 a.m. the second Saturday of each month. Bring
binoculars and a bird field guide. For more information call 1-352-465-8555.

Marion Audubon Society

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