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Wildlife Fundamentals 2014 Programs for Children Ages 5 – 99

Eagle on a rainy dayFlorida’s Bald Eagles

Free Nature Program! Brought to you by:

The Friends of the

 Seffner/Mango Branch Public Library

410 N Kingsway Rd Seffner, FL 33584
(813) 273-3652

April 16, 2014

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 WILDLIFE EARRINGS  In stock ready for delivery!Burrowing_owls_1

New Paper Art Wall Hangers  Averge size is 4 inches by 4 inches approximately.  All designs are original and vary from piece to piece.  We have a new Snowy Owl,  If you don’t see what you want, email us.

We offer wildlife products and programs and a full line of promotional products.

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 If you love wildlife and art, and just want to shop, Welcome!  Workshops 

We currently have workshops for children of all ages.  Our featured workshop for the third quarter of 2013 is Bald Eagles of Florida. You can progress through our entire series and learn all about the wildlife found throughout the state of Florida incluing our coastal waters.

 Children’s Storys About Wildlife

New story in the works! Here’s a hint . . .

Beauty before release photo by Rog Newell

Beauty before release photo by Rog Newell

This is the home site for Tilly’s Big Adventure, A Tale of Two Eagles, Ollie the Alligator, The Eagle’s Forest and more.   We cater to kids of all ages!  We advocate being Citizen Scientists and teach people how to become one.  Contact us today for an overview of programs.

Tilly's Big Adventure

Tilly’s Big Adventure

Paige Eagle Ambassador

Paige Eagle Ambassador

Tale of Two Eagles by Nancy Murrah

Tale of Two Eagles by Nancy Murrah

Recent Posts

Magnificent Frigatebirds

Magnificent Frigatebird

Magnificent Frigatebird

Frigatebirds are usually Pelagic, which means they live off shore.  This one is paticularly interesting because of it’s totally white head.  Being a bird of prey nut, I don’t know that much about this paticular species.  The females have a white throat and chest and the males are all black with a red throat pouch.   perhaps this is a first year juvenile.

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