Advance purchase required. Space is limited.
***COVID-19 information - see WALK FAQs tab
Unique beach adventure! Tour is approximately 90 minutes and includes casual walking and standing at the beach and boardwalk area - a total walking distance of about a mile or so. More details here
Meeting address is provided upon booking.
Buy tickets online here or by phone: 727-313-6335.
Donations are currently going to Friends of the Pelicans - a local non-profit devoted to preventing and resucing pelican (and birds of all kinds!) from fishing line entanglement.
What to wear? What to bring? Covid-19 guidelines? Click Walk FAQs for more details, or call 727-313-6335 with questions.
D.S., from Jasper, Indiana
S.Z. from Maine, USA
Anna and Pat, from Eastbourne, UK
It's the former home of a mollusk. A mollusk is a soft bodied animal that wears its skeleton on the outside - the opposite of humans who have soft bodies outside and our skeletons inside! You'll see our collection of 25 local shells.
Loggerheads are the most common type of sea turtles on our coast. They can grow to almost 4 feet! Female sea turtles come back to lay their eggs on the same area of the Gulf Coast beach she was born. Find out more, including how to help keep these incredible, but endangered sea turtles safe.
There is not a specific bird called a seagull. Seagull is a general term for members of the gull family. Laughing gulls, herring gulls and ring billed gulls are the most common in this area. You'll find out how to tell them apart and discover more about the birds that live on our coast.
- John Muir