Hundred Acre Hollows has come a long way in two years! Since we’ve last posted an update, we’ve added: A native plant garden in the southeast corner planted by the Space Coast Audubon Society’s Audubon in Action grant Four bat houses, as yet unoccupied but frequently enjoyed as perches by our area raptors. Three of […]
Oct 25 is the 1st birthday of our nonprofit! We are celebrating on Friday, Oct 27 with a fundraiser at Burger 21 in Viera, 7171 Lake Andrews Dr. Come anytime from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and say you are supporting Hundred Acre Hollows. Then we will get 10% of your check. At 6:00 p.m. Brevard County Commission Chair, Curt Smith, will cut the birthday cake.
Hundred Acre Hollows will be open on Sunday, August 6 and 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Come and enjoy a walk in nature and watch the sunset. We can’t guarantee you will see gopher tortoises, but they have appeared in the evenings when we have been open. Wear sneakers and long pants. Bring a […]
Nine banded armadillos aren’t native to Florida but have been here since the 1920’s, so they are a natural part of the Florida environment. They are a rather funny looking creature with their own armor. They are about the size of a cat and can weigh 17 pounds. They are nocturnal and can’t see very […]
Sea Myrtle trees are in the southernmost basins which are 30 feet above sea level. Some of them are 6 feet tall already. They are fast growing. They were not there two and a half years ago when the land was up for sale.
The Ais Indians were some of the first inhabitants of Brevard County. They were here when the Europeans began to explore Florida in the 16th century. Ponce de León stopped in Ais territory in 1513. The Ais stayed in this area because of the warm climate and the plentiful food from the ocean. They were […]