Located in Nassau County, Florida, White Oak Conservation plays pivotal role in recovery of one of North America’s most endangered birds.
A critical waterway forming the Florida-Georgia state border here at the east coast, thousands of people (and wildlife, too), depend on the St. Marys River.
A springtime tree giveaway for Nassau County residents is planned. The three drive-thru pick-up locations are in Fernandina Beach, Yulee, and Callahan.
WATCH! COUNT! SHARE! Observe birds for 15 minutes (or more) on at least one of four days. Can you spare a little time for the birds?
Many escape cold weather elsewhere, flying south.
A fun, family-friendly, educational festival. Celebrate the winter arrival of this critically-endangered species to coastal waters off northeast Florida and Georgia, where whales give birth and nurse calves.
As the calendar turns to September, it’s a surprise to find a new sea turtle nest. Instead, mostly happening this time of year is the emergence of hatchlings.
Trolley tour of American Beach followed by speakers, jazz music, and food. Fundraising for “Amelia Forever”.