The Fossil Club of Lee County, Inc. is an organization of people interested in the fossils of southern Florida and all points beyond. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm, usually at the Calusa Nature Center. The Calusa Nature Center is located at: 3450 Ortiz Avenue Fort Myers, Florida 33905.
. For For more information contact:
President Louis Stieffel at
email@example.com (239) 458-9818
For List of Officers, Click on Link Below
MEETING BEGINS AT 7:00 PM.
Membership in the Fossil Club of Lee County is open to anyone interested in fossils. Permanent residents and seasonal visitors are equally encouraged to join. Membership dues are as follows: Family: $20.00; Couple: $17.00; Single: $15.00; and Child Joining Alone: $8.00. Members are also encouraged to contribute 4 hours per year volunteer time at the Calusa Nature Center to fulfill our obligation to the Nature Center and allow us to continue to meet there. An application can be obtained by clicking on the link to the left below and copies of the newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the link to the right below.
Images of fossil vertebrate and invertebrate specimens collected by members of the FCOLC will be included as they become available. Click on the link to the left below for a preview of the Invertebrate Page or the link to the right below to preview the Vertebrate Page.
The link below will lead to a page with several fossil label forms.
FIELD FIELD TRIPS
The Fossil Club of Lee County periodically hosts fossil collecting trips as well as educational trips to visit museums and private collections.
To view pictures from recent club outings, click on the button or link below.
Field Trip Page
A fossil collecting permit is required to collect vertebrate fossils from State owned land in Florida. For links to the Florida Fossil Permit as well as other web sites of interest to the Florida fossil collector, click on the button below.
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