More than 930,000 photos have already provided valuable information on mammal populations in the Sanctuary since 2013.
Rainfall and water levels are below average after a dry summer.
Monthly lectures are free for current members.
From December 16 through April 30, visiting hours are extended until 5 p.m.
Rainfall recorded at the Sanctuary in August was 10 percent lower than average.
Wetland restoration discussions are underway at Bonita Bay community.
Estero High School student Storm Childress' image wins annual art contest.
The promotion coincides with Clem's 18th year with Audubon.
Audubon and Water Management District staff continue a collaborative discussion of ways to improve our management of Carolina willow.
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