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Ponce Inlet and Marine Science Center
• What we'll do Ponce Inlet in Volusia County is a birding hotspot known to attract many species of shorebirds and the occasional pelagic species. The long pier is a great place to scope the jetty and inlet for Purple Sandpipers and other rarities. After we have birded the park, we will visit the Marine Science Center. The Marine Science Center is involved in turtle and seabird rehabilitation, as well as research. We will tour their facilities and exhibit gallery as we learn about their mission to protect the delicate coastal environment and the wildlife that calls it home. We will depart from the Jo-Ann Fabrics at Seminole Town Center at 7:30am if you want to carpool or meet in the Ponce Inlet main parking lot by the pier at 8:45am. There are fees to both enter the park and the Marine Science Center that vary by age and car occupancy, so be sure to bring some cash. Please let us know if you plan to join us by emailing us at • What to bring • Important to know

Ponce inlet

4881 South Atlantic Avenue · Ponce Inlet

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Birds, Environment, Program Lectures,

Field Trips, Basic Birding Classes

Meetup with the Seminole Audubon Society – A Chapter of Audubon of Florida and National Audubon Society –

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Program Lectures (Free *) are held at 2:00 p.m. on the second Sunday each month at the Sanford Public Library. Meetings are open to the public. Check our Meetup calendar for dates and programs. (also check out on the web )

Field trips (Free*) are to a variety of places in Central Florida. Check our Meetup calendar for dates and places. (also check out on the web )

Basic Birding Classes (charge for class) - Four-session beginning birding course for birders of all ages. These classes are in partnership with Seminole County Natural Lands Program. For details and registration call Shirley at 407 977-4389. See our web site (

The Mission of the Seminole Audubon Society is to promote awareness and protection of the plants and animals in the St Johns River basin in order to sustain the beneficial coexistence of nature and humans.

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