Upcoming Programs & Events
Tuesday, February 3: Red Cockaded Woodpeckers, the Guardians of the Slash Pines with speaker Monica Folk, Ph.D. Register to attend this program by clicking HERE.
For a complete 2014-2015 program schedule, please click HERE.
The November-April programs are in the Kapnick Center at the Naples Botanical Garden at 7 pm unless otherwise noted (members free, non-members $5). Seating is limited.
Winter Shorebird Steward Program Training
Please join us on January 24 from 9 am to 11:30 am at Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center to help protect migratory and wintering birds on our beaches.
Please RSVP by clicking HERE
Please purchase tickets by clicking HERE.
Program sponsorships available
If you would like to sponsor our refreshments, ads, or just your own reserved chair for our Programs this season, please call Lori at the Audubon Office at 239-643-7822. Any help would be appreciated!
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The Naples Botanical Garden is located at 4820 Bayshore Drive.
1. From US 41 east, take Bayshore Drive south.
2. Travel 1.5 miles to stop sign at Thomasson Drive.
3. Keep straight, staying on Bayshore and enter the Garden on the right.
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