Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society of Lake County, FL.  is hosting a guided hike of Lake Apopka’s North Shore and Environs on Saturday September 23rd.  Lake Apopka is a premier birding area in central with over 362 species of birds and as we head into fall season the migratory birds will begin to arrive.   Lorne Kaldorf Malo Regional Biologist at Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will be  the guide for this hike  beginning at 7:30 am from the St Johns River Management Field house office at 25 633 County Rd  448A in Mt Dora.    The fee for this hike is  $10 for members and $20 for non members. Please contact Stacey Kelley at bcx3purrx4@yahoo.com or 352-408-2901 to register.   www.oklawaha-audubon.com and on facebook

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