​​ Science for Seniors ​

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science for seniors

Select Fridays at 1:00 p.m. | Ages 50+ | $5/per person, per program
Program reservation is required. Sign up at the front desk or call 561-966-7000.​

  • JANUARY 11, 2019 - “Little Green Heron’s Escape from Death”
    Phil Rathner 
    Join us for an incredible photo story detailing the lifecycle of the little green heron and its harrowing escape from death.

  • JANUARY 25, 2019 - “Protecting Endangered Plants & Animals”
    Richard W. Emory, Jr., Esq. 
    Richard, a retired Environmental Protection Agency employee, will once again make Green Cay one of his world-wide lecture stops to dazzle us with information about protecting endangered species. Together, we will explore the man-made problems of wildlife facing extinction and steps we can take to help reverse this process.

  • FEBRUARY 8, 2019 - “South Florida Sea Turtle Conservation”
    David Anderson 
    As spring begins to head our way, sea turtle nesting season begins in March! Join Gumbo Limbo Nature Center’s sea turtle specialist, David, to learn about the life cycle, habitat, and struggles sea turtles face along our South Florida coast. 

  • FEBRUARY 22, 2019 - “South Florida’s Water & YOU”
    Heather Moody
    Ever been curious about where your water comes from or where it goes after it leaves your home? The availability of fresh water impacts the environment, the economy and our quality of life. This presentation will provide an overview of how water resources are managed in south Florida and what YOU can do to help avoid water pollution, protect water infrastructure and reduce your water use indoors and out.