Learn how many sea turtles nests have been laid on Boca Raton beaches this season.
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is pleased to offer two different summer camps. Both camps offer week-long sessions that vary each week by age group and hours. Please note that the registration for each of these camps is handled differently. Please read the information below and follow the links to
Come join Gumbo Limbo Nature Center as we celebrate Earth Day by hosting an outdoor screening of the documentary "Saving Sea Turtles: Preventing Extinction." Event includes free admission, popcorn, and candy. We welcome you to bring your lawn chairs or blankets, sit under the stars and enjoy
Loggerhead Kraken was released with a satellite transmitter on January 23, 2018. Click here to track Kraken! #TrackinKraken Thanks to Ben Hick for the fabulous photos.
Our March Eco Watch is going to be with author and scientist, Jonathan Balcombe, speaking about his latest book, What a Fish Knows.
The latest issue of Hammock Happenings is now available! Check it out and learn about our new programs, what happens when we get new fish for our aquariums, and the effect foxes have on sea turtle nesting. The March-April program calendar can be found in the center, and reservation details for the
Join Gumbo Limbo Nature Center for our new on-water adventure programs! We are offering nature programs by canoe, kayak, and stand up paddle boards. Space is limited so be sure to register in advance by clicking on the date for each program. Registration is required and will close 48 hours before
The City of Boca Raton will be conducting a holiday tree recycling program from December 26 through January 21. Residents can drop off their “clean” holiday trees at 751 Banyan Trail located adjacent to Mizner Bark Dog Park. The City’s Recreation Services Department will pick up the trees and
After Hurricane Irma hit Florida on September 11th, 2017, immediate attention was needed for thousands of sea turtle babies that had been washed back from the ocean onto the beaches. Due to the tidal surges and strong waves, it becomes very difficult for the baby turtles to get into deeper water.
Gumbo Limbo's International Coastal Clean-up has been rescheduled for October 28. Please note the we will meet at Gumbo Limbo, and clean the beaches in Red Reef and South Beach Parks. Pease register for this date (if you registered for the September date we need a new registration for this date).