The Tallahassee Scientific Society is continuing its series of field trips, which usually are Saturday morning, family friendly, expert-led outings. They are announced first to TSS members by email and later to the general public if spaces remain. Trips in the 2017 and 2018 seasons have focused on karst geology, astronomy, archaeology, dinosaur paleontology, quarry fossil-hunting, and visits to Tall Timbers Research Station and the Hopkins Power Plant. New trips are offered to members by email and advanced reservations are required. Group size is managed for a maximum educational experience, and there are no charges for the trips.
Upcoming Field Trips
Previous Field Trips
Join the Tallahassee Scientific Society for a virtual field trip with Harley Means, Assistant State Geologist, to learn about the Alum Bluff exposure, the tallest natural exposure in Florida along the east bank of the Apalachicola River. It is famous for the mollusk fossils in the strata, as well as an occasional plant and vertebrate fossil.
Postponed. New date TBD
Harley Means, Assistant State Geologist, will lead ...
WITH DANA BRYAN, RETIRED CHIEF BIOLOGIST, FLORIDA PARK SERVICE
The Tallahassee ...
TSS is offering a special field trip to attend the ...
On the night of Saturday, October 6th, the Tallahassee Scientific ...
With Ryan and Rebecca Means, Coastal Plains Institute
The Tallahassee Scientific ...
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