Clearwater Audubon Birdwatching trip to Cockroach Bay. Contact Lynn Sumerson 727-596-8822 or Mike MacDonald 727-409-0459. Meet at Tri-City Mall in front of Party City. We will look for water and shorebirds, raptors, songbirds in one of Tampa Bay’s most interesting and productive estuaries. Bring your binoculars and field guides if you have them!
Clearwater Audubon Long Day Birdwatching Trip to the Robinson Preserve and Palma Sola Gardens. Contact Mike MacDonald, 727-409-0459 or Lynn Sumerson, 727-596-8822. Meet at Tri-City Mall in front of Party City. We will look for raptors, song, water, and shore birds in an interesting coastal and tidal mangrove habitats. Three miles boardwalks, sand & grass trails.
Clearwater Audubon Multi-day birdwatching trip to the Northern Minnesota Birding Festival. You will have the opportunity to see Northern owls, Crossbills, Bohemian Waxwings, and arctic species that winter only in northern United States. Contact Paul Trunk, 727-447-4785 for prices and space availablility. Bring your binoculars and field guides if you have them!
Moccasin Lake Nature Park Bird Watching Walk
Sponsored by the Clearwater Audubon Society http://clearwateraudubon.org/index.php
Meet at Moccasin Nature Park, 2750 Park Trail Lane, Clearwater
Contact: Madeleine Bohrer, 727-518-6241
The Rotary Club of Pinellas Park is having their 23rd Annual Silent Auction, Raffle, and Bowl-A-Thon on Saturday, March 27, 2010. The event will be held at Seminole Bowling Center at 8668 Park Boulevard from 12:30pm to 4:30pm.
Florida is expecting more cold weather and as Florida growers fear crop damage Governor Charlie Crist has declared a state of emergency, Ben Stevens and David Clemons have each officially been sworn in to 4 year terms on the Public Service Commission, and Jim Greer gave his notice yesterday that he will stepping down as the Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida.
Florida growers need to be especially careful this week as night time temperatures drop below or near freezing, Florida is considered a front runner for Federal education money in part due to the 100 million dollar grant recieved by Hillsborough district schools, two north Florida law makers want to ease the way for Florida Police Officers to make warrant-less DUI arrests, the head of the Florida Republican Party to resign in February, and the Children's Board of Hillsborough County discuss funding for programs.