During our season, presentations about shells or related nature topics are made by qualified experts, who show visuals and often display some of their "finds". They bring a breadth of knowledge and experience, so a question and answer session follows their program. Refreshments are served and there is an opportunity to interact with the speaker and other attendees. The presentations are free and the public is always welcome.

These seminars begin at 6:00 p.m. and are  held  in January, February, and March in Disseler Hall at the United Church of Marco, 320 N. Barfield Drive, Marco Island.

The following seminars are planned:

January 9, 2020--Captain Joseph Cook will present Exploring the 10,000 Islands. He is an experienced boat captain and currently runs excursions out to Kice Island and to many other of the 10,000 Islands.

February 6, 2020--Tony Mauriello will talk on Shelling and Beachcombing. He is a naturalist who retired from the Florida Park Service in 2016.  He currently leads nature tours at Lovers Key State Park, Koreshan State Park, and Barefoot Beach Preserve.

March 5, 2020--TBA