March 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Which name fits the shelled creature to a T?

Turtles. Tortoises. Terrapins. All different, yet much the same. During a visit to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida you can see all of them and learn about how and where they live and what sets each apart.  More...

WHY COOK: An interactive luncheon at Bonita Y

AT THE NEWEST FUNDRAISING EVENT in Bonita Springs held on March 1, guests participated in preparing an international four-course meal for their table, led by the executive chef at Michael’s On East. More...

Florida bobcat is the strong, silent type

One mammal a lot of the visitors to the Bonita Nature Place wonder if they will see is the Florida bobcat. The bobcat is the next smaller native big cat after the Florida panther. More...

Maggie most often is along for the ride

Our Best Friends

Martin Wallerstein and his wife, Grace, searched for a whoodle, a soft coated Wheaten terrier and poodle mix, for quite a while. More...

Stay healthy as you age with simple strategies

Yes, we can add years to our lives, and we can choose to stay young and healthy. Often in conversations with other doctors I hear a common frustration. Most people want a quick fix and pill to solve their health problems. More...

Club Meetings

If your club meets regularly and would like to be included on this page, please email the info to club@swspotlight.com B: Bonita Springs E: Estero FM: Fort Myers N: Naples More...

Malbec has made a name for Argentina

Pick up any bottle of malbec and the chances are pretty good it’s from Argentina. Developed in France, the malbec grape found a second life in the South American country that now exports the majority of the Malbec consumed in America.  More...

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