With it’s championship golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, residents of Naples Lakes Country Club may be accustomed to observing birdies or the occasional eagle, yet they also have an opportunity to encounter
all manner of actual avian species, and to such extent, the community has earned the 2018 Biodiversity Award from Audubon International. The recognition follows this year’s BioBlitz, an annual event which has bird watchers, naturalists and community volunteers joining together in communities throughout the country. These various groups take time out to discover and document the variety of avian species among their respective locations. This year’s event was sponsored by the United States Golf Association and as such, groups focused on documenting species which made their habitats in and around golf courses. Volunteers at Naples Lakes Country Club have participated in this event for consecutive years and reportedly claim this is among the more popular of annual social activities within the community. This year, the group successfully documented more than 500 species of birds, more than any other community in America. Among the feathered finds at Naples Lakes Country Club, residents observed the Federally-threatened Wood Stork as well Florida-threatened species such as Little Blue Herons and Tri-colored Herons.
Of course, it is easy to see why both birds and home buyers would flock to this community. Naples Lakes Country Club is set among 490 acre expanse graced with lakes and nature preserves. Beyond the golf, there’s excellent amenities in tennis, swimming, fitness and a beautiful club house complemented with outstanding dining services.
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