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Author Archives: Collier County Shorebird Stewards
The 2011 stewarding season is officially underway! Saturday, May 7 was the first day of stewarding at Tigertail Lagoon and Sand Dollar Island on Marco Island. One of our original volunteers, Ellen LeBow, met visitors along with City of Marco … Continue reading
As the 2011 shorebird nesting season begins, the Collier County Shorebird Partnership is entering its second year of stewarding in Collier County. This year, training for Lee and Collier Counties is being combined, and rooftop monitoring–yes, some Least Terns nest … Continue reading
With the end of the 2010 nesting season, Collier County Shorebird Stewards is holding a season-wrap up steward recognition event at Rookery Bay headquarters on Sunday, September 19 at 12:30. All stewards, and friends and family of stewards, are invited, … Continue reading
Volunteer Ellen LeBow made a visit to the Gulf side of Sand Dollar last Friday to see how the colony area was looking and see what nesting birds might still be hanging around. She also took some photos to share … Continue reading
As many of you may already know, with this weekend the 2010 nesting shorebird season in Collier County is over. Thanks to everyone for helping to make the first year of the stewarding program a success! Overall, it appears that … Continue reading
As of Friday evening, I haven’t heard any news of what’s happening at the colony on Sand Dollar. There may be very little activity left, or there may be birds that are still raising young. Practically speaking, it would probably … Continue reading