From the Ramblin' Ranger
Pam Darty

Pam Darty has been a Ranger with the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges since 2001. She has had a 23 year career across the country with such places as Great Smokies Nat. Park, Canaveral Nat. Seashore, Harpers Ferry Nat. Historic Site, Cumberland Island Nat. Seashore, Big Cypress Nat. Park, Yellowstone fires of '88, Desoto Nat. Memorial, Lake Mead Nat. Recreation Area, and Santa Monica Mtns. Nat. Park.

She also has been involved in martial arts for 25 years, owning her own school for 5 years.

Pam's areas of professional interest are Interpretation, Environmental Education, connecting people with their heritage, and connecting kids to nature through photography.


Reflections on the Flood

The Shell Mound Trail

The Coming of Autumn

Celebrate Greenways & Trails Month at the Lower Suwannee Wildlife Refuge

A special program - Shell Cultures of the Mound - March 12th, 2010

Pottery - Pieces of the Puzzle - Friday March 12th, 2010

FREE Lower Suwannee Refuge Hunt Permits Available

Visit Shell Mound and Dennis Creek

Honey Bees Aren't All That's Sweet

Shell Cities of the Gulf

Volunteer Instructor Donates ot Refuges

The Swallowtailed Kites Return to Cedar Key

Lower Suwannee Refuge Volunteers Assist Archaeologists at Shell Mound