Protecting our water, land, wildlife, and future

What We Do

Our mission is to protect Southwest Florida's unique natural environment and quality of life...now and forever.

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Nature Center

We're reopening December 18!

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center is reopening Dec. 18 to members and visitors after the completion of a monumental $5 million renovation and expansion of its Susan and William Dalton Discovery Center.

The expansion includes the new John & Carol Walter Discovery Wing featuring an Invasive Species Gallery and digital Climate Change Gallery.

Action Alert!

Protect the Panther Refuge

There are two important major corridors used by wildlife, especially large mammals such as the Florida panther.  The proposed Bellmar development threatens to encroach on and significantly reduce the viability of one of these corridors – the Camp Keais Strand.

Click the button below to tell officials you oppose the Bellmar development, permit application #396364-001.

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2021 Year-End Fundraiser

Please continue to support our work today so we can continue the important work here in Southwest Florida that you depend on us to do.

PRESIDENT ON PYTHONS Rob Moher's 2021 GEER talk

Conservancy of Southwest Florida President and CEO Rob Moher offered this virtual presentation about a CEO's perspective on Burmese pythons at the 2021 Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Conference.

PRESIDENT ON PYTHONS Rob Moher's 2021 GEER talk

Conservancy of Southwest Florida President and CEO Rob Moher offered this virtual presentation about a CEO's perspective on Burmese pythons at the 2021 Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Conference.

stay tuned!

The Nature Center will reopen soon after a $5 million renovation and expansion! Check back for updates!

Our Impact This Year

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Animals treated at the Wildlife Hospital
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Sea turtle nests protected
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E-Learning students
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Pounds of python removed