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"Hermit Thrush"   -    photo: Lorri Lilja

We will be working in the National Wildlife Federation Craig Tufts Pollinator Garden which consists of several gardens including hummingbird gardens and Eagle Scout Bryce Gruenzner’s Monarch Waystation Garden.

Spring Break Fishing and Boating Skills Camp was a blast with several new and repeat campers attending a fun week of fishing and boating.


More opportunities are available if you missed this one.

Look at our summer camps from June 1-19, 2020
Scout Troop #784 has been very supportive volunteering for two days this week eradicating several species of invasive plants, trimming scrub oaks, hosing down boats and putting them back on their racks, securing fences, planting for the birds.

Wow...so much accomplished!

Thank you Troop #784!

Please consider opening your heart and becoming a Florida Scrub-Jay Trail member and contributing to our cause of protecting the Florida Scrub-Jay from extinction while supporting our children as they explore our great Florida outdoors.
Join Now or Donate
Reminder - the first Saturday of each month is
The Florida Scrub-Jay Trail Orientation
from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m

For further information, to apply as a volunteer,
or to register for the Orientation, 
please call 352-429-5566 or e-mail 

This is a great first step and introduction to our organization
and to the many volunteer opportunities.
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The Florida Scrub-Jay Trail is open to the public
Saturday through Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

You are always invited to come see this Garden Spot of Lake County.

Physical Address:

11490 Montevista Road, Clermont, FL 34711

The Florida Scrub-Jay Trail is a not for profit 501(c) (3) corporation.

 info@scrubjaytrail.org                352-429-5566