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Nature Center Open Monday - Saturday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
Refuge Trail Open 7 days, Sunrise to Sunset

Upcoming Events

Creepy Creature Feature

10/25/2014

Saturday, October 25 6:30pm-8:30pm

It's that time of year to creep out! This year's theme is Bones, with a special presentation our "Animal Kingdom; Inside & Out (6:30 pm, 7:30 pm), games, crafts, and much more. This year there will be a few extra surprises! Join us, 6:30 pm, at a Halloween-Themed Nature Center.


Reservations required

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Wild Turkey Day

10/26/2014

Wednesday, November 26 10:00 am-12:00 pm

Start your Thanksgivings with a celebration of the Wild Turkey. This highly intelligent bird was in the running to be our national symbol before it nearly vanished from North America! Find out how our native wild turkey made a comeback & its adaptations for survival through this special program and stay after to make a craft.


Reservations Required

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Christmas Bird Count

12/28/2014

Sunday December 29

Counting birds is fun and educational! Participate in this National Audubon
Society sponsored program. All levels of birders are needed to survey areas from
Juno Beach to Hobe Sound. Any amount of time is appreciated, so sign up today!

Contact us at hobesoundnaturecenter@gmail.com to get involved

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Barley Barber Full Moon Night Hike

01/05/2015

Monday January 5, 2015


Join the Treasured Lands Foundation and the Nature Center staff as the full moon rises over this FPL preserve near Indiantown. Experience a cypress swamp and its wildlife at night-always a memorable evening!

No flashlights needed. Reservations required, as numbers are limited.



Carpools will leave the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge parking lot at 5:00 p.m.

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Hobe Sound Wildlife Refuge Trail Hikes

04/02/2015

Every Thursday January-April

No reservations are required to explore native habitats at the Refuge with a naturalist. Meet in the exhibit hall to learn about the flora and fauna that call the Indian River Lagoon, coastal hammock and sand pine scrub their home. Keep an eye out for gopher tortoises, scrub lizards, manatees, eagles, ospreys and other birdlife along the way!

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