GTM Research Reserve Marineland Lecture
Monthly Event - Third Tuesday of every month: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (EST)
This program is one of an ongoing lecture series held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the GTM Research Reserve office in the town of Marineland. The series is designed to help inform the public about their coastal natural world. These events are FREE; however, space is limited so reservations are requested. Reservations can be made online or by calling 904-823-4500. Please show up about 5 minutes early to get good seating.
Tuesday, February 18, (10-11am): Assistant Manager Gary Raulerson, PhD, at the GTM Research Reserve will discuss, "The Mangrove and Marsh Interface in Northeastern Florida."
Tuesday, March 18, (10-11 am): Research Director Nikki Dix, PhD, at the GTM Research Reserve will discuss, "Research in the GTM NERR: Perspectives of the Research Director."
Tuesday, April 15, (10-11 am): Resource Management Coordinator Joseph Burgess is a biologist specializing in reptiles and amphibians (Herpetology). His theme, "Learn to Love the Snakes You Love to Hate," covers snakes found in your neighborhood, why they are there, and how they and all wildlife benefit ecosystems. PLEASE NOTE: There is also a guided trail walk from 1:00-2:30 pm. You may register for either event or for both, but you must sign up for each event separately. If attending both, you may want to bring a brown bag lunch to the River to Sea Pavilion prior to the guided walk.