Pelican Island Audubon Society
October 26, 2021 - Tuesday - North Sebastian Conservation Area - 1245 Main St, Sebastian, FL - 8AM - 9:30AM - Guide: Robin Cox-Laird - Note: We want this particular walk to be very safe, so anyone who is vulnerable will feel free and safe to join us. Thus, we request those who sign up to go on the walk to have been vaccinated and to wear a mask on this walk. Meet at 8:00AM at 1245 Main St, Sebastian, FL NW parking lot of the Art Club/Historical Museum building. The ~407 acre North Sebastian Conservation Area (NSCA) was purchased between 1996 and 1999 by Indian River County. The primary purpose of the County's acquisition of the NSCA is to preserve and restore scrub and wetland habitats for the benefit of rare and endangered species. The NSCA is a key property for County resource management under the Sebastian Area-Wide Florida Scrub-Jay Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) that was finalized in March 2000. Besides benefiting the Florida scrub-jay and other endemic scrub species, the NSCA also supports a variety of other wildlife, including roseate spoonbills, wood storks, bald eagles, osprey, sandhill cranes, and other migratory birds. Limited to 12 people. Registration required.
8:00am - 9:30am EDT
North Sebastian Conservation Area
1273-1299 Main St, Sebastian, FL 32958
|| Bob Montanaro