Did you know that when Box Turtles are threatened or scared they could close their shell so tight that it is said that not even ants can get in? Watch #pbcParks “Animal Encounters” and learn fun facts about Box Turtles like Benedict, Daggerwing Nature Center’s Animal Ambassador.
During the month of September, the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department (PBC Parks) participated in the national Parks for Pollinators BioBlitz campaign, which is aimed at raising public awareness about the importance of pollinators and the role parks play in advancing pollinator health and native habitat.Continue reading More than 1,300 Observations and 600 Species Recorded During PBC Parks for Pollinators BioBlitz
While often recognized as a beach tourist destination, Palm Beach County is rich in arts, culture, historic and archaeological significance. PBC Parks’ Living History Program offers a free educational platform that promotes the importance, value, and significance of our local historic and cultural resources, bringing history to life to more than 6,000 residents and visitors yearly through direct programs, events and tours.Continue reading Living History: A Journey Back in Time
On Saturday, September 24, Palm Beach County officials celebrated the opening of phase I of Canyon District Park, located at 8788 Senator Joe Abruzzo Avenue, Boynton Beach.Continue reading County Officials Opened New District Park West of Boynton Beach