Save the date for our 50th anniversary! We look forward to celebrating with you.
Join us as we celebrate National Estuaries Day by taking an exciting and educational kayak trip down the Estero River from 8:00-11:00 am on Saturday, November 14th. There will be a beginners and intermediate course. Space is limited so call and reserve your spot today at the Estero River Outfitters at (239) 992-4050.
Don’t forget to bring $10 cash, water, sunscreen, and bug spray!
On Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 11:00am Estero Bay Buddies will be participating in the second annual WGCU Community Campaign. This unique and fun radio pledge drive will benefit both WGCU Public Radio and the Estero Bay Buddies. The Buddies need to raise pledges that accumulate to $1,000.00 throughout the entire week. But wouldn’t it be great if the Buddies could raise $1,000.00 for the one hour we are on the air. In return for the $1,000.00 we raise for WGCU they will give us 28 promotional spots!
It is this easy: just call 1-800-533-9428 or pledge on line at WGCU.org during the pledge campaign, October 17th – 23rd, and make a pledge of any dollar amount. Make sure you select Estero Bay Buddies as the nonprofit you’d like to support with free Radio Promos!
Date: Saturday, May 9, 2015
Event Time: 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: Aboard the Good Times Charter Vessel
4765 Estero Blvd. (behind the Publix)
Fort Myers Beach, FL.
Note: Please arrive by 2:45 pm as the boat leaves the dock on time.
Space is limited, the first 15 Estero Bay Buddies members to sign up and confirm will be on the trip.
Call 239-707-3015 to make a reservation.
The Keep Lee County Beautiful Marine Cleanup (a.k.a. Monofilament Madness) is an annual event during which vol-unteers go out in boats, kayaks, canoes, and jet skis, to re-move monofilament fishing line and other harmful debris from the mangrove areas of Lee County. The boaters begin working at safe light (dawn) and continue until around noon at which time they are treated to a Volunteer Appreciation Barbecue by Sam Galloway Ford. Because of the focus on fishing line, the project committee has affectionately dubbed the cleanup “Monofilament Madness.” It is hoped that through educational awareness, the people who are causing the problem will be reached and their behavior modified so that, among other reasons, wildlife will be spared agonizing deaths from entanglement in monofilament fishing line.
Event Time: 9:30 a.m. till noon
Come out and support Estero Bay Buddies (EBB) and Keep Lee County Beautiful (KLCB) for the International Coastal Clean Up. This event is the only one during the year where data cards are used to record the type and estimated weight of marine debris collected. This information is sent to the Ocean Conservancy where the information is used in the development of new environ-mental protection acts that hopefully change behaviors that cause marine debris. There will be different staging areas where data cards, gloves and bags will be handed out.
Please call Trish of KLCB at 239-334- 3488 or Terry Cain of EBB at 239-707-3015 or visit www.klcb.org for more information.