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Outdoors calendar: February 2010

More than 400,000 went to the state fairgrounds last year.


More than 400,000 went to the state fairgrounds last year.

6 Florida Native Plant Society field trip to Honeymoon and Caladesi islands. (727) 422-4792

7 Last of two designated Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days in Florida.

9 Seminar: Restoring the Everglades, Florida's River of Grass with Dr. Paul Gray. Boyd Hill Nature Preserve. (727) 893-7326

12 National Regatta Sailing Series in St. Petersburg, through the 14th.

14 New moon

15 Last day of Florida State Fair

17 St. Petersburg Sail and Power Squadron boating safety course. (727) 525-0968

18 Hunting and fishing expo at First Baptist of Indian Rocks. (727) 593-8718

20 Whiskey Joe's Mammoth Slam Classic for redfish and trout. (813) 281-0770

27 Florida-friendly landscaping seminar at Weedon Island Preserve. (727) 453-6500

28 Full moon

Outdoors calendar: February 2010 02/04/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 3, 2010 7:38pm]
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