mother's day campfire and picnic, 2014

valentines Day Love is for the birds nightwalk, feb. 14, 2014

Night walk and campfires, 2014

exploring the Redlands Hiking Tour- Hattie Bauer Hammock Preserve and Camp Owaissa Bauer

snoopy roasting marrshmallows

Come join us for a fun and educational event, perfect for all ages! Enjoy learning about owls, do an owl walk and see the Eastern Screech Owl first hand. Enjoy a Thanksgiving story, then roast marshmallows and any other goodies you bring. With the time change, the event will be from
6-830 pm. Please register online if possible, but if you have trouble, I will have some spots open for you! Please go to our website at to find out how to do online registration. Hope to see you soon!

On Wednesday, Jan. 7th we had a great Kayak Fishing Excursion. We went out of Convoy Point, the headquarters of Biscayne National Park. The day started with a beautiful sunrise and some pelicans diving on bait.


We got out on the water and immediately saw signs of fish. We had a few hits but no solid hook-ups.


As the morning progressed our luck improved and we put several fish in the boat. We also got to see some impressive aerial displays by some fighter jets from Homestead Air Force Base.



We ended up catching several trout, ‘cudas, and jacks. Everyone had a great time and the weather was perfect. It definitely beats a day in the office!

The weather couldn’t be better down here in sunny South Florida. While the rest of the country is snowed in, we are enjoying low 80’s and blue skies. The bugs are low and it is the perfect time to get out. We offer kayak, canoe, and bike trips into Biscayne Bay and Everglades National Park. Check the park events for upcoming tours. We can also accomodate private excursions on-demand.

A special trip coming up is a Fakahatchee Swamp Tromp with renowned naturalist Mike Owen. He will take us on a hike into the heart of the Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park.

Also check out the new EcoAdventures website.

Roger was asked to share his expertise with the staff at Big Cypress National Preserve, so we all went along. We took the Florida Trail south from the Oasis Visitor Center and stopped at a gator hole. A gator hole is an area where the cypress grow larger due to deeper water, usually dug by a gator at some point. The cypress were covered in Tillandsia and several orchid species.


Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog


The water was a bit chilly but we had a great time out in the field.