Homeschool Workshop on October 21
The gator eggs in the nest off our boardwalk have hatched.
Did you know that as of 2020, the nonprofit sector is the 3rd biggest driver in the US economy?
Watching fireflies has always been a fun activity enjoyed by children and adults during the summer. Their lights sparkled and twinkled in the dark and they communicated with each other through light signals. But lately, their numbers are dwindling.
Help the Trout Lake Nature Center when you shop at Target. Join the Target Circle program and receive discounts and other benefits while you earn votes for your participating charity. Learn how your shopping can help the environment and education.
Topping trees is a practice many people do trying to protect their trees from storm but often harms the tree. Learn more about this practice.
Learn about two simple ways to support TLNC through shopping or internet searches. Both are something many of us do every day. Using Goodshop and Goodsearch and selecting the Trout Lake Nature Center as your charity will help raise funds for us.
Our hot sauce is back in stock.
Last week we asked for help to clean our wildlife mounts something we try to do about twice a year. This year, we got behind and the job became more time consuming but you responded and people came out to help us clean. We want to thanks, Shawn, Athena, Esme, Rachel, Mary Ellen, Pauline, Lin, Kelly, Jeylen, and Courtney for their help today. The TLNC Exhibit and Museum Committee along with me are so grateful for your help. It made the task easier and we were able to do so much more that I thought we could. That shows the power of our volunteers and people willing to help out.
Learn about recent funds received to help TLNC renovate is boardwalk this summer.
Find environmental and nature centers, national parks, state forest and more great outdoor locations in Florida and U.S. using this easy map locator.
Learn how to use cuttings to propagate native plants in your area.
Walking in the woods is enjoyable and many of us are getting outside for both our physical and mental health
If you’re enjoying the outdoors with your family and your child comes across a cute little wildlife critter