Starting cost per student: $10
Max. Capacity: 60
Transportation Needed? Yes
Who Arranges Transportation? School
Is Financial Assistance Offered? Yes
Florida is home to unique and intricate ecosystems, including the mangrove forests and estuaries which line much of our coastlines. In this field study, students will both identify several of the plants and animals living along our coast and investigate the contents and benefits of estuaries and adjoining mangrove forests. With a focus on Florida native plants, such as mangroves, sea grapes, sea grasses and other coastal plants, students will learn how these plants connect land and sea. A mangrove leaf sorting activity will help students identify the three types of mangroves native to Florida.
You can also complement your Florida Natives tour with an add-on presentation from Save our Seabirds. Provide your students with an up-close bird encounter through the expertise of Save Our Seabirds, a non-profit local wildlife conservation and education organization. Floridian seabirds or birds of prey are available.This 45 minute program, held in the Ann Goldstein Rainforest Garden Amphitheater, will engage students’ senses, and inspire DIY ways to protect Florida’s valuable ecosystems. (K-12) (additional $200 fee will apply):
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