Fall Morning Bird Walk
Experienced and New Birders Welcome
Guided by: WEST PASCO AUDUBON
An experienced birder from West Pasco Audubon Audubon will lead the walk
4100 Starkey Blvd.
Trinity, FL 34655
Water (no plastic bottles please!), Insect Repellant, Hat, Camera, Closed-toe shoes, a good attitude!
Be present while you are in nature.
Bring your scopes! Binoculars are essential for spotting identifying features of birds.
Please RSVP if you would like to attend this walk by calling 727-376-5111
Saturday, October 30th @10:30AM
4100 Starkey Blvd. TRINITY 34655
BASIC Taiji (Tai Chi) Class for Health.
Basic low impact for improving strength, balance, endurance as well as stress relief based on the Taiji principles of Yin and Yang.
Can be practiced daily by anyone, anywhere. Your present level of health whatever that may be, can be improved with proper training. No matter what you perceive your personal limitations Taiji offers something for all.
Tai Chi is an ancient practice of slow, movements, meditation & breathing exercises.
It’s not fast-paced, or a fat burning workout. Tai chi helps improve blood circulation, alignment, balance and restore energy.
Join Host Mr. Steve Contes. Instructor and founder of the Chen Taiji Center in New Port Richey, for this free group class.
Steve began training in the martial arts over 50 years ago. Taiji Center opened doors in 1996 with the goal in mind to offer a practical form of self-defense, health and a philosophy that promotes harmony in a sometimes difficult world.
RSVP! Add to your calendar:
4100 Starkey Blvd.. TRINITY 34655
10:30AM – 11:30AM
Native Plants, Non-native Plants, Invasive Species — what’s the difference?
Exotic and Invasive plants affect our flatwoods ecosystem by degrading our soil, leading to erosion that can lower the quality of our water. Some invasive species can outcompete many native species– how do we prevent the infestation and spreading of invasive species?
Come and learn with your Host Michael Terry. Mike works with the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) to prevent the spread of invasive plant species.
Originally from Missouri, Mike has lived in Florida since he was 13 years old. Michael is a Senior Vegetation Management Specialist. For 36 years he has been working with, identifying and treating Aquatic and terrestrial invasive/exotic species. He works with SWFWMD Properties including: Starkey Wilderness Preserve, Upper Hillsborough, Alston Tract, Cypress Creek, Connerton Trail, Annutteliga Hammock and Green Swamp East.
Mike’s job also includes working with control burns and managing wildfires.
Please RSVP by calling (727) 376-5111
- Bring a camera to photograph species so you can later identify.
- Water (no plastic bottles please)
- Insect repellent.
- Closed-toe shoes
- all ages welcome!
4100 Starkey Blvd.
Trinity FL 34655