"Landscaping and Biodiversity: Conserving Biodiversity in Urban Planning and Development."
Join us for this FREE webinar and learn how the presenter shifted from conventional development inertia to something more compatible with urban biodiversity conservation.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 2 p.m.
Amazing Leatherback Rescue
Reserve staff and FWC officer disentangle endangered sea turtle from crab trap line.
New Film Showing in the Reserve's Environmental Learning Center
Rookery Bay Reserve is pleased to announce the release of its new feature film, "Rookery Bay– The Place to Be," in the auditorium of the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center on Friday, May 10. Learn More
Rookery Bay Reserve Hosts Water Management District Board Members
Reserve staff provided presentations about water quality research, education, and restoration efforts for the South Florida Water Management District Governing Board and the Big Cypress Basin Board on May 8, 2013.
Register for a Kayak Tour!
Join a Reserve naturalist as you enjoy a guided tour which explores the mangrove bays, creeks and rookeries that make this Reserve a valuable treasure. This is a beginners trip and includes brief paddling instruction. Kayak tours are every Tuesday in May. Learn More
Clyde Butcher Photography Exhibit in Reserve Art Gallery
Living Waters: Aquatic Preserves of Florida, a collection of 29 photographs by preeminent Florida photographer Clyde Butcher, will be on exhibit from May 2 through Nov. 14, 2013 in the Reserve's art gallery. The companion one-hour nature film documentary will also be shown while the exhibit is displayed.