Tram Tours on SECOND Friday of each month!
The second Friday of the month is set aside for TRAM Tours to the heart of the Buffer Preserve. 26 lucky people can enjoy a leisurely ride to observe nature - undisturbed. At certain times of the year -- certain rare, endangered or threatened plants are visible. Some of these plants are state protected and some federally. While we are not the only place one might observe these plants -- for some, we have the best populations of any other public place! There are Bald Eagle nest, tracts of various animals that call the Buffer home, trees, trails, and more.
We hope you will join us by calling 850-229-1787, Ext. 1 and making your reservation for a glorious ride. A guide from the Preserve will explain how such things as Low water crossings help with water flow to St. Joseph Bay. You will learn why and how prescribed burns are important to the Preserve. You will have a chance to ask questions and if your guide doesn't know the answer -- they will find the answer for you.
You can send an email reservation by clicking here.
Posted by Sandra Chafin - Monday, 03/27/17, 11:25 AM - Category: Events
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