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Parks for Pollinators: BioBlitz

  Become a citizen scientist!  Help contribute to the scientific community by adding your own data, all you need is your camera phone! Pollinators are essential to our ecosystem and without which we would not be able to eat.  They are facing a decline and action needs to be taken. 

Tracking Ollivander and Euphorbia

Satellite Tracking Sea Turtles The sea turtles listed below have been fitted with satellite tags and released!  These turtles were patients in Gumbo Limbo's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility.      OLLIVANDER - released May 7, 2019 EUPHORBIA - released November 15, 2018

Un-Sea Coast Toast 2019

Please help Friends of Gumbo Limbo reduce our environmental footprint and save sea turtles!     Learn how to help us here: Un-Sea Coast Toast

Boardwalk and Tower Renovations

 The majority of the boardwalk will be closed until further notice.  Users will not be able to walk from the Nature Center to Red Reef West; please use the sidewalk along A1A.  A portion of the north end is open.  Updates will be posted here as available.  We thank you for your patience during this

Celebrate Gopher Tortoise Awareness Day

April 10, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Eco-Watch Lecture Series

  For more information and to register:   April 16    

Sea Turtle Day - We Want Your Feedback!

Did your join us for Sea turtle Day?  If so, we want to hear from you!   Please fill out this short survey on Survey Monkey.   Thank you!

Visionary environmentalist might be called a force of nature

In the next several weeks, Gordon J. Gilbert, the visionary behind the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, will judge a professional barbecue contest, attend his umpteenth meeting of Boca Raton’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and be a guest of honor at the 50th reunion of Boca Raton High School’s Class

Protected Least Tern Nesting Area on Boca Raton Beach

On April 28, 2017, a least tern nest was discovered on the beach south of Spanish River Park, on the properties of the Yacht and Racquet Club of Boca Raton and the San Remo Condominium.  Staff from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Gumbo Limbo Nature Center posted a