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Rookery Bay Earth Day 2011

Trail Guide Alison Haynes tells guests about the different types of palms along Rookery Bay's half-mile Snail Trail.

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Trail Guide Alison Haynes tells guests about the different types of palms along Rookery Bay's half-mile Snail Trail.

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  • Debbie King looks to the top of a 100-year-old Florida Slash Pine growing along the Rookery Bay Snail Trail.
  • Susanna Gates, 6, stands by the Rookery Bay mascot, the batfish, before heading out on the Snail Trail for a guided nature walk.
  • Clara Alber points out fiddler crabs to daughter Alessandra, 2, during a guided nature walk along Rookery Bay's Snail Trail.
  • Trail Guide Alison Haynes tells guests about the different types of palms along Rookery Bay's half-mile Snail Trail.
  • Debbie King takes a photo of her daughter, Jade, and her friend, Tori Szczerbacki, at the Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center.
  • Alessandra and Celina Alber peek through the petting tank to study the conchs and starfish during the Earth Day celebration at Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center.
  • Clara Alber points out fish to her daughters as they gaze into the open aquarium featuring a white ibis perched atop mangroves.

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