Brevard Community College - Titusville Campus
1311 North U.S. 1
Titusville, FL 32796
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Festivals, Festival , Nature
Just 35 miles east of Orlando you'll find 72 miles of picturesque Atlantic beaches known as Florida's Space Coast – home to the 16th Annual Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival. What makes this one of the most popular birding and wildlife watching festivals in the world?
This premier event offers opportunities for participants to explore world- renowned natural areas of Florida’s Space Coast, home of the largest collection of endangered wildlife and plants and more than 300 species of birds in the continental United States.
Activities and events include:
• Field Trips
• Classroom Presentations
• Photography, Digiscoping and Optics
• Water Adventures
• Special Programs & Activities
• Raptor Project & Raptor Rendezvous
• Birding Tours
• Arts & Crafts and more!
For more information, visit the Festival website www.spacecoastbirdingandwildlifefestival.org.
In addition to being a birder’s paradise, Florida’s Space Coast is also home to legendary Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Beaches, Titusville, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Port Canaveral and all of the attractions and activities that Florida visitors want including:
> Florida’s longest, most accessible beach and the U.S. east coast surfing capital
> Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, dramatic rocket launches from Kennedy Space Center, and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
> THE nature lover’s paradise featuring the world’s largest sea turtle nesting area and the world’s largest manatee population
> The world’s third largest cruise port with vacation and casino cruise ships, deep sea fishing charters, dining, and entertainment
Florida's Space Coast offers a remarkable variety of unique experiences in all directions. Due north in Titusville are space attractions and the Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum. Go west and wild with an airboat ride or a kayaking tour past giraffes and rhinos at Brevard Zoo. Head east to cruise out of Port Canaveral, for live entertainment at the Cocoa Beach Pier or for shopping galore. Or head south to camping, fishing and world-class surfing and fishing at the Sebastian Inlet.
Join visitors from across the world as they explore the only place in the United States where man has been launched into outer space, Kennedy Space Center. Marvel at the spectacular history and attractions representing mankind’s greatest achievements. Visit the new home for Shuttle Atlantis in the Visitor complex, opening July 2013, or have lunch with a veteran astronaut. Relax in one of the three historic downtown areas for boutique and antique shopping, dining, theater and entertainment. Take a walk along our spacious, quiet beaches.
For more on events and lodging on Florida’s Space Coast, call 1-877-572-3224 or visit www.visitSpaceCoast.com.