Photo Exhibit


Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management presents an educational photographic nature display from the organization’s 2024 wall calendar. The photo display showcases wildlife above water and under and beautiful environmental scenery around Palm Beach County.

The exhibits can be found in the downstairs hallway near the exit at Manatee Lagoon.

Two of the photos, a close-up of a blenny and a camouflaged frofish, were photographed under the Blue Heron Bridge at Phil Foster Park by FPL’s Education & Conservation Manager, Rachel Shanker, to showcase the biodiversity of the Lake Worth Lagoon. There is also a photo of a common octopus taken by a former Manatee Master and Education Manager, Chelsea Bennice. Other local artists featured include Kim Send, Ann Matthews, Dr, Mark Cook, Judy Towsend, Benji Studt, and Gael Silverblatt. 

About the Exhibitor: Palm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management administers a range of environmental programs designed to protect, preserve and enhance Palm Beach County’s natural resources, both on land and water. Fresh drinking water, unpolluted waterways, a large tree canopy and controlling mosquito populations provide a welcoming outdoor tropical experience to snorkel and dive, to visit sandy beaches, to observe fresh or saltwater fishes, to kayak waterways, and to hike in the woods all while viewing wildlife in their natural habitat. From Lake Okeechobee to the Atlantic Ocean, the department’s programs offer visitors a great experience across the county.

Date: Ongoing
Time: During open hours
Cost: FREE