Author, Naturalist, Photographer, Director, Castellow Hammock Nature Center
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Roger will have books for sales;
All prices include tax. He will take cash or checks but not credit cards, but if anyone doesn’t have cash or checks they can mail him a check later. He's a trusting soul...!
Roger L. Hammer is an award-winning professional naturalist, author, botanist and photographer. Hammer is known for his entertaining and informative programs. Hammer has served as the director of Castellow Hammock Nature Center for the Miami-Dade Parks Department and part-time instructor and fieldtrip leader for Fairchild Tropical Garden in Miami.
He has half a dozen published books – two this year – featuring his nature photography and knowledge of Florida's natural treasures including wildflowers, the Everglades National Park and various state icons. He also has compiled four photo identification guides for Florida wildflowers and trees. Hammer resides in Homestead, Florida.
Day: Fourth Friday of each month (except December)
Time: 1:30 to 3:30 pm
Location:Big Cypress Recreation Center 3110 Hendry Drive, The Villages, Florida. 32163
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