Conservancy Of Southwest Florida’s Guided Nature Walks Resume At Clam Pass

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NAPLES, Fla. (Mar. 17, 2021) – Now, more than ever, residents and visitors of Southwest Florida are enjoying Southwest Florida’s ever-enchanting natural environment. As of March 1, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida’s guided tours have resumed operations at Clam Pass Park. These free walks require a reservation, and the maximum group size is five individuals. Naturalists and participants are required to wear masks during the entirety of the program.

Clam Pass County Park offers a beautiful beach and a scenic boardwalk through a unique habitat. You will join a Conservancy of Southwest Florida volunteer Naturalist for a free guided walk on the boardwalk, beach, and back bay areas of this beautiful Collier County park to learn about the secret lives of the flora and fauna of this captivating and biologically-rich area. Many plants are blooming and birds are migrating, allowing for an array of sightings throughout the tour.

While visiting Clam Pass Park, always be sure to check out the “Sightings” board to learn what has been spotted in recent days. Those interested in participating in a guided tour should make a reservation at ClamPassTours@Conservancy.org or call or text 239-734-1132.

ABOUT THE CONSERVANCY OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is a not-for-profit environmental protection organization with a 57-year history focused on the issues impacting the water, land, wildlife and future of Collier, Lee, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties. The Conservancy accomplishes this mission through the combined efforts of its experts in the areas of environmental science, policy, education and wildlife rehabilitation. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida, world-class Nature Center and von Arx Wildlife Hospital are headquartered in Naples, Florida, 1495 Smith Preserve Way, south of the Naples Zoo off Goodlette-Frank Road. Learn more about the Conservancy’s work and how to support the quality of life in Southwest Florida www.conservancy.org.

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