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Cedar Point Enviormental Park
Nature walk



pictures of Cedar Point Enviormental Park

 
Hello Everyone...

Thank you for visiting my photo web pages

These photographs are from the 
Guided Nature Walk 
down the Tourtise Trail
at Cedar Point Park 

The 60-to-90 minute walk included plant and animal 
identification and information about local ecology. 

For more information and to learn how you can help 
preserve our undeveloped areas for future generations
please call:

The Lemon Bay Conservancy office at 475-9021

Visit them on the web at

http://www.lemonbayconservancy.org/

or e-mail them @

LBC@lemonbayconservancy.org

Have a great day

Enjoy the nature of it all

Robert Shainline
(941) 697-6664

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pictures of Cedar Point Enviormental Park

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Skipper ?
Milkweed ?
A few moments in the butterfly garden
Sulpher ?
 
Gulf Fridillary ?

picture of Cedar Point Park

Do not relocate or release gopher tortoises. 
Some gopher tortoises may be carrying an upper respiratory tract disease.  Relocating infected tortoises 
can spread this deadly disease to healthy populations.
Good intentions can be harmful !

Signs around the partk will help you understand
some of the many enviormental problems


Early morning flower opening
   

 
Cedar Point Volunteer Denny Girard
takes us on a guided tour of the Toutoise Trail

 
     
Many different kinds of grasses grow in the park
     
picture of Cedar Point Park
 

 
 
Tortoise Trail
 
Sand Oak ?
Large Slash Pine
Womans Tongue
picture of Cedar Point Park


Denny Girard talks about the noticable difference that divides the marshlands and the scrub

 
Enter the Marsh Trail
Needle Grass
 
   
Buttonwood
Hermit Crab
Waxed Merdle
Bald Eagle
picture of Cedar Point Park


A Natural Divide between scrub and marchlands is 
caused by the minute sloping of the land that 
keeps the tidewaters out of the pine forrests.

 
 
Tortoise Trail
Deers Tongue
   
Coontie
picture of Cedar Point Park


 


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