Mar 252016

Historical Florida Bay and Birding Tour with Everglades Biologists

Bald Eagle in Tree by Beryn HartyRaffle: Each Ticket is $20.00
Only 100 Tickets Will Be Sold.

Win a day tour of the Florida Bay and Backcountry by boat and have an experience few people get to enjoy. The tour is for up to four (4) guests and includes lunch. Join Audubon biologists to take in backcountry beauty including bird breeding colonies unlike anywhere in the world, and learn about what makes our Florida Bay backyard so special.


  • Audubon Everglades Science Center biologists lead the tour
  • Audubon’s Everglades Science Center at Tavernier (ESC) was established in the Florida Keys in 1938, by National Audubon’s first Director of Research, Robert Porter Allen
  • Allen began a full-time study of the Roseate Spoonbill, living among them in a tent for weeks at a time. Dr. Jerry Lorenz continues the Roseate Spoonbill studies today.
  • All proceeds benefit the Last Stand Legal FundSpoonbill 13270786783_f430b53dd4_z
  • Drawing is April 16th, 2016 at the completion of Last Stand’s Earth Day 5K Run/Walk
  • Walk or Run at the Earth Day 5K Run/Walk, April 16th, 2016, 8 AM, Indigenous Park, Key West
  • Registration : 4/15/2016, 5-7 PM, 4/16/2016, 7AM


Last Stand has been organized to promote, preserve, and protect the quality of life in the city of Key West, the Florida Keys and their environs, with particular emphasis on the natural environment.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has”. ~ Margaret Mead

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Last Stand’s website is being updated in order to take payments for these raffle tickets, until then please Contact: Deb Curlee, 305-849-2986

Photo credits: Bald eagle, Beryn Harty, Dr. Lorenz, Audubon Florida, Roseate spoonbill, FWC

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 March 25, 2016  Posted by at 12:30 am Issue #159, Special Events, What To Do  Add comments

  One Response to “Last Stand 2016 Fundraiser Raffle: Win a Florida Bay Birding Tour with Everglades Biologists!”

  1. I was lucky enough to have taken this tour and it was magical. Michelle Robinson, the Audubon biologist was an excellent tour guide and we saw hundreds of beautiful birds, including a Bald Eagle! Take a chance for a memorable educational day!

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