Monday March 18, 2019

White Oak Conservation Tour

12:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Located on 16,000 acres of land along the St. Mary’s River in northeast Florida White Oak is home to one of the world’s premier wildlife breeding, research and training facilities. The wildlife conservation facility spans 600 acres and is surrounded by pine and hardwood forest and wetlands, and is home to 28 species of endangered animals. Founded in 1982, White Oak leads professional efforts to improve veterinary care, develop wholistic animal management techniques and better understand the biology of critically endangered species.

Upon arriving at White Oak, you will be met by your guide who will take you on a brief tour of Gilman Hall and Baryshnikov Dance Studio before continuing on to the conservation facility.  You will experience the animals in their natural surroundings from open air vehicles, tour includes an animal encounter such as feeding giraffes or getting off the trolleys for an up close encounter with the rhinos.

Additional registration required | 20 person minimum/56 person maximum



Tuesday March 19, 2019

Sporting Clay Outing

12:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Located on a working timber farm, Amelia Shotgun Sports boasts sprawling terrain, home to a scenic setting on which to shoot sporting clays. Shooters wind through lush forests and fields as they take on the unique target presentations offered at 14 different shooting stations which are laid out on a 3/4 mile weaving, paved trail. Simulating unpredictable live quarry hunting in realistic forest conditions, each station lets shooters hone in on clay targets of different sizes, shapes, and colors, as well as varying trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations, and distances. 

Additional registration required | 20 person minimum/84 person maximum

Tuesday March 19, 2019

Amelia Island Sailing Cruise


12:15 PM – 4:30 PM

Without a doubt, Amelia Island offers some of the best sailing waters in the world. Sail around Amelia Island in 33’ to 38’ sailboats and view the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, Cumberland Island, and Fort Clinch. Sailing north on the pristine Amelia River, your sailing charter will visit uninhabited marsh islands where a multitude of sea life can be seen including white pelicans, manatees and dolphin The adventuresome sailor will also have the opportunity to put their hands on the helm and sail the vessel!

Additional registration required | 6 person minimum/36 person maximum