What We Do
Our mission is to protect Southwest Florida's unique natural environment and quality of life...now and forever.
Science & Research
Conducting research to enhance our understanding of wildlife populations and the biological communities on which they depend.
Policy & Advocacy
Working to ensure our region's leaders have the proper tools to make informed decisions about the future of Southwest Florida.
From Pre-K through gray, the Environmental Education team teaches all ages about our environment and our impact.
A World Without Sea Turtles?
The Conservancy is currently in its 39th season of the nesting loggerhead sea turtle monitoring program. Our work seeks to better understand what these animals are doing in and out of the water while protecting as many nests and hatchlings as possible.
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"Spatial ecology of invasive Burmese pythons in southwestern Florida"
A team of wildlife biologists at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, in partnership with the United States Geological Survey, have published peer-reviewed research on the longest and largest tracking study to date on the invasive Burmese python.
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RedSnook Catch and Release Tournament
October 8-10, 2021
The RedSnook Catch and Release Charity Tournament is a reminder of one of the treasures of our region – our waterways. Without clean and abundant supplies of water, recreational and sport fishing would be a thing of the past. The tournament supports the work of the Conservancy to keep our waters clean and to preserve and enhance our fisheries.
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The Nature Center will reopen soon after a $4.5 million renovation and expansion! Check back for updates!
Good Fortune II Private Charters
Our private charters are available year-round. Click here to learn more!
Check out the latest updates from our educators, rehabilitators, biologists, and environmental policy experts!
Eco-Cruises on Rookery Bay
Conservancy naturalists and a Coast-Guard-certified captain will guide you through Rookery Bay, a beautiful area we saved more than 50 years ago. See some of the most spectacular waterways, wading birds and perhaps even a dolphin!