“For most of the wild things on Earth, the future must depend on the conscience of mankind.”
Wild things coming your way…
Our next Wild Amelia Nature Festival will be held the third weekend in May, 2024.
Mark your calendars because have great things planned!
Wild Nite Presentations
Wild Nite nature presentations are held the second Tuesday of the month from October–May.
Speakers are experts in their fields who share their knowledge about native fauna, flora and the amazing ecosystem that surrounds us.
Nature Photography Programs
- Photo Classes
- Photo Contest
- Photo Exhibit at Fort Clinch
- Wild Amelia Calendar
Download our 2023 Wild Amelia Calendar Now All photos in the calendar are entries from previous Nature Photo Contests.
Junior Naturalist Program
The Junior Naturalist Program is designed for kids 7–15 years of age. Activities include observing nature, attending nature events, creating arts and crafts, writing, and more.
This program consists of activities in our three booklets: The Seashore, The Maritime Forest and The Saltmarsh. Completing at least three areas of interest from any of the booklets earns a Junior Naturalist certificate.
Critter of the Year
Each year since 2007 we have chosen a Critter-of-the-Year and structured programs to build awareness of, and respect for, a particular species found in our ecosystem.
Each year's animal is the subject of the year's Wild Amelia tee-shirt design.
2022 is the year of the Loggerhead Sea Turtle. Loggerheads are by far the main sea turtle species found in Florida.
Learn more about loggerheads…
About Wild Amelia
Wild Amelia, now proudly a program of Keep Nassau Beautiful, began in 2007 when a group of volunteers joined together with the goal of protecting the natural habitat remaining on Amelia Island and in Nassau County, Florida.
The original mission of promoting a conservation ethic for our unique and fragile ecosystem continues and grows as a program of Keep Nassau Beautiful.