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Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center

Surviving the Storms: Hurricanes, Humans & Wildlife

How does a gopher tortoise survive an 8-foot storm surge? What happens to freshwater fish when their ponds become filled with saltwater? Examine these and other questions as they pertain to hurricanes' impact on the Sunshine state and beyond.

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Surviving the Storms:  Hurricanes, Humans & Wildlife
Surviving the Storms:  Hurricanes, Humans & Wildlife

Time & Location

Dec 15, 2023, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, 10941 Burnt Store Rd, Punta Gorda, FL 33955, USA

About the event

Have you ever wondered how a gopher tortoise can survive an eight-foot storm surge? What happens to freshwater

fish when their ponds become filled with saltwater? Why do some homes survive these storms unscathed, while

others are reduced to rubble? Author and naturalist Charles Sobczak will examine these and many other questions as

it pertains to hurricanes' impact on the Sunshine State and beyond.  

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  • AC PG Lecture Dec. 15, 2023

    Surviving the Storms: Hurricanes, Humans & Wildlife by Charles Sobczak.

    $5.00
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