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The 15 th Anniversary of the Restoration of Little Pine Island Saturday, April 28 th , 2012 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (At Little Pine Island – Entrance 1 mile west of Matlacha on Pine Island Road (SR 78). Announcing the Little Pine Island Celebration.

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announcing the little pine island celebration

The 15th Anniversary of the Restoration of Little Pine Island

Saturday, April 28th, 2012

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

(At Little Pine Island – Entrance 1 mile west of Matlacha

on Pine Island Road (SR 78)

Announcing the

Little Pine Island

Celebration

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Little Pine Island is a 4700 acre State owned island within the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary and the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve. The restoration of Little Pine Island is a joint project between the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Mariner Properties Development, Inc. Since the restoration of Little Pine Island began in 1997:
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More than 5 million melaleuca trees and 100 million pounds of exotic vegetation have been removed from Little Pine Island’s fresh and saltwater wetlands.
  • To help restore the natural fresh and saltwater habitat, 7 miles of drainage ditches have been filled to rehydrate the island.
  • Nesting bald eagles, ospreys, woodstorks, otters, bobcats and many other species have returned to Little Pine Island.
the little pine island celebration
The Little Pine Island Celebration
  • Free Admission
  • Raffle for 2 Kayaks
  • Guided Tours
  • Wildlife Photography Class
  • BBQ

Join Us for:

Please call Dick Anderson at 239-470-4703 for more information or to register for the Wildlife Photography Class

This event benefits the Friends of the Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves and the Calusa Land Trust