Seminars and Special Events are usually open to the public, unless noted.
|Date||Time||Event Type||Speaker and\or Organization||Event||Mar 28, 2019||15:30||Seminar||Dr. S. Luke Flory, Associate Professor, Agronomy, University of Florida||"Drivers of the long-term Population and impacts of invasive plants"||Mar 30, 2019||08:00||Public Event||Kevin Main, Land Management, Archbold Biological Station||"Rare Plants and Fire: A Hike through Rosemary Scrub"||Apr 06, 2019||08:00||Public Event||Dr. Reed Bowman, Director, Avian Ecology, Archbold Biological Station||"Natural History of the Florida Scrub-Jay"||Apr 19, 2019||09:00||Public Event||Dustin Angell, Director, Education, Archbold Biological Station||"Family Nature Day"||Apr 27, 2019||09:00||Public Event||Joe Gentili, Librarian, Archbold Biological Station||"A Walk Through Time"||Jun 13, 2019||15:00||Visiting School||Travis Wilcoxen, Physiological Ecology, Millikin University||"Millikin University"|
All seminars are on Thursdays at 3:30pm unless noted otherwise.
Refreshments will be served after Scientific and Research seminars but not intern seminars.
For further information contact the Executive Assistant
There are 3 categories of seminars:
Below are the special events that are open to the public. Recommended donation for Special Events: $5 per adult, $1 per child. Events start at time posted.
Types of special events at Archbold Biological Station:
Note: Prior to or after an event, the public is welcome to use our picnic area adjacent to the Learning Center (bring your own picnic lunch) and enjoy the sights and sounds of the scrub with family and friends. Outdoor attire of closed-toed shoes and hat are suggested. Other items including water, sunscreen, insect repellent, camera, and binoculars are recommended.
Interested in holding your next scientific meeting, conservation seminar or workshop, or agency meeting at Archbold? You can book the Archbold facility for you own private meeting. See criteria and application required.