Get your family outside! Visit the Everglades with Phoebes Birding, South Florida's brand new all-female birding group. Nurture your in wonder on this guided .8-mile walk along the Anhinga Trail boardwalk at Royal Palm Hammock. Together, you will find wading birds, cormorants, ibis, alligators and other wildlife that are often easily viewed on the path. We’ll look for Black Vultures, Purple Gallinules and Great Blue Herons, as well as other species. Budding naturalists will be inspired to learn how to find and identify birds on this family-friendly outing. You may just feel like a kid again too.
This event is free and open to the public.
WHAT: Everglades bird walk for parents and children ages 5-12.
WHEN: Sunday, November 11, 9:30-11am
WHERE: Meet at the Royal Palm Visitor Center, Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL. The visitor center is four miles from the main park entrance/Ernest Coe Visitor Center.
What to Pack: Snacks, sunscreen, bug spray, long sleeves, binoculars, if you have them, refillable water bottles. Bungee cords and car tarps can come in handy here, too!