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Gumbo Limbo Nature Center

1801 N. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432 | Boca Raton | 561-338-1473
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    What is the connection between mangrove and coral reef communities? How do fish use these habitats? Learn about the fascinating behaviors of sharks, sting rays, and other marine life...
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    What do eels eat, or better yet, HOW do eels eat? Which fish rule the school? Why are female seahorses the envy of all the girls? Learn about these and other sea creatures during our FREE...
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    Wakodahatchee is a man-made wetland which has become a favorite for birders and photographers. Bring your binoculars and join us for a ¾ mile guided boardwalk tour to learn more...
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    Explore this rare remnant of coastal hardwood hammock and get a glimpse of the past. All ages; children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No reservations required. Meet at the...
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    Are you interested in learning about the natural world around us? Attend Gumbo Limbo’s lecture series for a presentation by a guest scientist, researcher, or other expert. This week...
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    Explore this rare remnant of coastal hardwood hammock and get a glimpse of the past. All ages; children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No reservations required. Meet at the...
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    Wading in the Intracoastal Waterway just behind Gumbo Limbo, we catch (and release) fish, shrimp, crabs, and more!With hand-held dip nets and large seine nets, get up close and personal with...
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    Wakodahatchee is a man-made wetland which has become a favorite for birders and photographers. Bring your binoculars and join us for a ¾ mile guided boardwalk tour to learn more...

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As a beacon for environmental education, research, and conservation, Gumbo Limbo’s 20 acres of protected barrier island not only provides refuge to many varieties of plants and animals - some rare or endangered - but represents a commitment to protect our natural resources by our Members, Volunteers, and the organizations that comprise the Center.

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