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It is the mission of the Blatchley Nature Study Club, Inc. to:
Promote appreciation, preservation and respect for the environment through education and fellowship
What We Do
Monthly Meetings - Club members learn about all aspects of nature through presentations by members or guests at the club’s monthly meetings. Meetings are typically the 4th Thursday of the month at the Blatchley Clubhouse. Meetings can include club business as well as nature observations as shared by members and their guests.
Field Studies - Typically led by a club member, the field studies provide an opportunity for hands on study of a selected nature topic. We utilize the Blatchley Sanctuary as our field of study for these investigations.
Field Trips - During the year, club members organize trips to other locations locally or within a few hours drive. We have experienced the flight of Whooping Cranes and observed herds of Elk as examples of these trips.
Service - Club members have participated the past several years in the White River Cleanup which occurs annually in September. With the Blatchley sanctuary located along the White river this has become a natural extension of the club’s activities.