Naturalist 101 Series: November - Branching Out

November 1, 2017 @ 7:00PM — 8:00PM

Discover the longleaf pine, one of Georgia's most endangered forest. Sign up for a lecture, field trip, or 7-month series package deal.

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Longleaf Pine Lecture
One Hundred Miles Savannah Office
Wednesday, November 1st • 7pm
Free and open to the public

Get to know some important local residents – trees! Carol Denhof and Randy Tate of the Longleaf Pine Alliance, will give an interactive presentation on Georgia's most critically endangered ecosystem, the longleaf pine forest. Savannah's Oatland Island Wildlife Center will be on hand with live animals, such as the gopher tortoise, who depends on longleaf pine ecosystems for their species' survival. Enjoy complimentary wine, beer, and light snacks.

Behind the Scenes Tour of Ft. Stewart's Longleaf Pine Forests
Friday, November 3rd • 9am-2pm
$40 members | $50 non-members
*30 spots available

Journey deep into the forest as we learn about this incredible coastal habitat! We'll go on a private driving tour of Ft. Stewart's grounds as we explore their conservation areas and travel through longleaf pine forests to learn about local conservation efforts and the many wild species who depend on this critical habitat. Chief, Fish and Wildlife Branch at Ft. Stewart, Tim Beaty will be our expert guide for the day. Lunch included, but please bring a water bottle and other snacks.

Event Location

One Hundred Miles Savannah Office
2424 Drayton Street, Unit B
Savannah, GA 31401

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