We appreciate your continued support; as 2020 comes to a close, we look forward to the possibility of returning to our programing September 2021 through April 2022. Our Speaker Series is held on the second Tuesday evening at Trinity Episcopal Parrish Hall, and our organized field trips are once a month on Saturdays.

The SFAS membership year is September through August coinciding with our programming year. The SFAS Board of Directors has decided to extend memberships for 2019-2020 members for one year, making renewal September 2021.

If you are not currently a member of Santa Fe Audubon and wish to join or if you would like to make a contribution to the ongoing conservation activities of the chapter, information is located here on our website under “more detail on SFAS” on the left side by our territory map.

We are in touch with members and some non-members with our monthly newsletter, The Kite. If you would like to be on the email list for our newsletter, please email us at santafeaudubonfl@aol.com.

Sincerely,
Sallie Carlock
President



SFAS Program Meetings
Active: Sept - April
Annual Report
When: Program Meetings are held the Second Tuesday of each month at 6:45pm.

Where: Trinity Episcopal Parish Hall, 204 SR 26, Melrose

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Ann Stodola
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Little Orange Creek Nature Preserve
November 2012
Thirteen SFAS members, led by Mike and Janet Stallings enjoyed visiting this developing nature park near Hawthorne. The land was purchased in 2010 by Putnam and Alachua Land Conservancy with a grant from Florida Forever/Florida Communities Trust. Several of the millwork remnants from Hawthorne’s original (circa 1850) mill remain on Little Orange Creek. The site is an important part of the Ocala to Osceola wildlife corridor and features a variety of wetlands and uplands.