February 11, 2017Arthur R. Marshall
Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
10216 Lee Road
Boynton Beach, FL 33473
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Gateway to the Everglades
The theme for the 2016 Everglades Day Festival was "Song of the Everglades"; celebrating 100 years of the Migratory Bird Treaty, and headlined were Florida singer/songwriters Dale Crider and Rod MacDonald. This festival and eco-adventure held at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge is dedicated to having fun while learning. The Everglades, an ecosystem like no other, is ready for you to explore. This free event will answer questions and possibly entice you to ask more about this gateway into "Glades" creatures, archeology, history and more.
Welcome to the 'Fest'
The Everglades Day Festival welcomes any age. Free admission will give you a full day of wildlife presentations, interactive games, guest speakers, conservation exhibits, demonstrations, canoeing, music, food trucks and of course… the chance to do a hike or two into a true natural wonder and a perfect venue for all to learn about the interesting mystery and history of the ecosystem's strange creatures, archaeology and more.
Be an Insider
See alligators! See birds of prey! See a wetland ecosystem that goes back a few millions years and unlike anything else in this world. This famous landscape entices everyone, from adventure seekers wearing Indiana Jones-style fedoras or those just looking to kick back and relax within one of the Earth's natural beauties. In The Palm Beaches discover the incredible by being part of the annual Everglades Day Festival, taking place at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.
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