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See larger The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips. Michael Fernandez, 4, center, explores the art of bubble making with Banana Peel the Clown in the Kid's Carnival section.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips. Michael Fernandez, 4, center, explores the art of bubble making with Banana Peel the Clown in the Kid's Carnival section. Michel Fortier/Staff

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  • The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips. Michael Fernandez, 4, center, explores the art of bubble making with Banana Peel the Clown in the Kid's Carnival section.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Environmental education program supervisor Grant Fischer displays a Red Tailed Hawk to a group of visitors Saturday at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.  The bird, which has been a resident for some time, was injured when it fell out of it's nest at a young age, preventing it from ever being able to fly.  The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips.   Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Environmental education program supervisor Grant Fischer displays a Red Tailed Hawk to a group of visitors Saturday at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.  The bird, which has been a resident for some time, was injured when it fell out of it's nest at a young age, preventing it from ever being able to fly.  The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips.   Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Conservation associate Eric Martin, right, holds out a Florida Pine Snake for the Lattarulo family to touch on Saturday during the 'Snakes Alive!' presentation, part of the Earth Day celebration at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.  The conservancy helped celebrate Earth Day with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Lauren Altorfer, 2, center bottom, takes an eye level look at the sunflower seeds she and her brothers, Luke,7, background right, and Shane, 5, background center, Altorfer planted Saturday during Earth Day at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.  The conservancy helped celebrate Earth Day with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Conservation associate Eric Martin led the 'Snakes Alive!' lecture on Saturday at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, part of the Earth Day celebration.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • The Conservancy of Southwest Florida helped celebrate Earth Day on Saturday in Naples with games, educational booths and presentations, tours of the various conservancy facilities as well as an organic marketplace, nature walks and boat trips.   Orion Beall, 6, jumps rope with Banana Peel the Clown on a pogo stick in the Kid's Carnival section of the conservatory.Michel Fortier/Staff

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida celebrates Earth Day with the public on Saturday.

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