Today, November 15, 2016 the Homeschool group "School of Friends," came into the Visitor Information Center for Environmental Education. Ranger J. Byrd, V. Stanley, and VIP Neil conducted the program, "Estuaries: Seeing the Unseen" with the students and their parents, as shown below within the photos. Canaveral National Seashore thanks the School of Friends for visiting the Park and actively participating in the program. They really enjoyed learning about the importance of estuaries and plankton, as they observed the microcosmos through the microscope projected onto the wall of the visitor information center.
School of Friends, Estuaries: Seeing the Unseen, Ranger J. Byrd
School of Friends, Apollo VC Dock, Catching Plankton
Jayce Hill from Daytona, wrote the Climate Change booklet he is holding in the photo below. He also wrote a children's book on Climate change, and as you can see, Jayce is excited to see we have his work on display. Thank you Jayce for stopping by the Apollo Beach Visitor Information Center today(11/13/2016).
David McCurdy (Below) from Port Orange, Florida Completed the National Park Service's Centennial 100 Mile Paddle Challenge today, November 12th, 2016. Great Job David on your 100 miles of Kayaking, and thank you for finishing the challenge at Canaveral National Seashore.