To first-time visitors, the Panhandle of Florida is a world apart. More species of carnivorous plants are found there than anywhere else in the country: 30 species of nitrogen-hungry flesh-eaters gape at the sky. Exotic wetland floras are juxtaposed abruptly against pure-white sand dunes and beaches.
Please plan to participate in one or all of the three days and nights of photography and collecting we have planned, one week before Mothers’ Day. Kind permission has been extended to SLS members and friends by land managers in the area to explore, all day and into the night, the flora and lepidopteran fauna so unique to these areas.
For more information: Full announcement text from SLS News
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