Programs

Corkscrew - Family Night Walk

A night walk for families with young children.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is an Important Bird Area, part of the Atlantic Flyway for bird migration, is the gateway site for the southwest region of the Great Florida Birding Trail, and is a Ramsar designated Wetland of International Importance

Join us for our Family Night Walk for families with young children.  Discover what you can find out about life in the swamp at night, when the nocturnal animals are out and vocal.  We will take a one mile walk along our boardwalk, with fun activities along the way. You never know what you will hear or see on a visit to Corkscrew Sanctuary but a night visit should bring the sounds of calling insects, possibly owls and alligators and most likely a surprise or two!  You will also learn about the nocturnal biodiversity of the swamp and adaptations that enable nocturnal wildlife to thrive.

Start times vary according to the sunset time on the day of the program.  When you register check for start time on the reservation date you choose.

Your naturalist will meet you in our parking lot fifteen minutes prior to the program start time.  We will be walking the short loop of our boardwalk (1 mile in length).   We will be out on the boardwalk for one and a half hours.    

A night visit to the swamp will make this an evening you won't soon forget.  

*Do not bring white-light flashlights, as those ruin everyone's night vision.  We will have red-light flashlights that we will bring along in case we want to use them.

Cost:    

Limit:  10 participants  
Restrictions:  Participants must be 5 years or older.  Youth must be accompanied by an adult.

Register Here (Scroll down to select your date)

Meet your guide in the Blair Audubon Center 15 minutes before the program begins.

Upcoming Program Dates and Times:

November 19, 2021   6:00 – 7:30pm
December 15, 2021   6:00 - 7:30pm
January 13, 2021        6:15 - 7:45pm

For more information, email corkscrewtours@audubon.org  

How you can help, right now