Wild Amelia offers Junior Naturalist program

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Wild Amelia
Press Release
Contact: Kathy Brooks
[email protected]
April 5, 2019 3:00 p.m.

Horseshoe Crabs subject of Junior Naturalist Program. Photo courtesy of Robyn Nemes

On Saturday, April 20, the Wild Amelia Junior Naturalist Program will offer a free program for families and children over the age of seven on horseshoe crabs in Fort Clinch State Park at 8:30 AM. Participants will be given free admission to the park for educational purposes.

After the program, presented by horseshoe crab volunteer Toby Tovar, we will join a horseshoe crab survey crew to walk the beach and look for the horseshoe crabs as we continue to learn. To register and receive further details, please email Robyn at [email protected]

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