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GTM Research Reserve volunteers Jim Gleason and Ron Ceryak, in conjunction with the National Park Service, will take hikers to the shore to learn about Inlet dynamics and more. At the north end of the Inlet is a bird sanctuary where hikers might see wood storks and least terns. They will also learn about seashells, coquina rock, dune vegetation, heavy minerals, mollusks, dune vegetation, and the history of beach sand.Gleason and Ceryak are volunteer guides with the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve at the Marineland Field Office. Meet at the parking lot on the west side of A1A near the northside of the bridge over the Matanzas Inlet. Please RSVP online or by calling 904-823-4500.
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