Lifelong Learning: Ecological Connections in the Preserve
  • Naples Botanical Garden 4820 Bayshore Drive
  • Naples, Florida
  • 34112
  • (239) 643-7275


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This class has been cancelled, we apologize for the inconvenience!

This class has been cancelled, we apologize for the inconvenience!

Class Title: Ecological Connections in the Preserve

Instructor: Andee Naccarato

Class Description: Many of us know birding is great at the Garden, but have you spotted the more secretive mammals or inconspicuous insects? In this lecture, learn about some of the native animals and their relationships with plants in Naples Botanical Garden’s Preserve. Our Lifelong Learning Coordinator, Andee Naccarato, will share her wildlife observations based on sightings and photos from wildlife cameras.

Date: Friday, March 14, 2014

Time: 12:00-1:00pm

Location: Kapnick Center; Buehler Auditorium (126)

Cost: $5 Garden Members / $7 Non-members

Registration Deadline: Friday, March 7, 5:00pm

Instructor Bio: Andee Naccarato grew up in Naples and has been fascinated by wild animals since childhood. Andee holds a bachelor's degree in neurobiological sciences and a master's degree in environmental science. She has studied various wildlife species, including loggerhead sea turtles in the 10,000 Islands, olive ridley sea turtles in Ghana, black spiny-tailed iguanas on Keewaydin Island, and ocelots in south Texas. Currently, Andee works with volunteers to monitor the wildlife cameras at Naples Botanical Garden.

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