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Archbold Biological Station, founded in 1941, is the primary division of Archbold Expeditions, a non-profit organization established by Richard Archbold. Archbold Biological Station protects a 5,193-acre globally significant Florida scrub preserve located on the southern end of the Lake Wales Ridge, an ancient sandy ecosystem of south-central Florida. Other Archbold divisions are the working ranch, the MacArthur Agro-ecology Research Center (10,500 acres), nearby at Buck Island Ranch, and the restoration landscape of the Archbold Reserve (3,648 acres) adjacent to the Station.
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Archbold Biological Station, founded in 1941, is the primary division of Archbold Expeditions, a non-profit organization established by Richard Archbold. Archbold Biological Station protects a 5,193-acre globally significant Florida scrub preserve located on the southern end of the Lake Wales Ridge, an ancient sandy ecosystem of south-central Florida. Other Archbold divisions are the working ranch, nearby at the Buck Island Ranch (10,500 acres), and the restoration landscape of the Archbold Reserve (3,648 acres) adjacent to the Station.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:39, 1 December 2019

Archbold Biological Station

Archbold Biological Station
Established 1941
Location Lake Placid, Florida, U.S.A.
Type Private Research Institution
Website http://www.archbold-station.org/station/index.html


Archbold Biological Station, founded in 1941, is the primary division of Archbold Expeditions, a non-profit organization established by Richard Archbold. Archbold Biological Station protects a 5,193-acre globally significant Florida scrub preserve located on the southern end of the Lake Wales Ridge, an ancient sandy ecosystem of south-central Florida. Other Archbold divisions are the working ranch, nearby at the Buck Island Ranch (10,500 acres), and the restoration landscape of the Archbold Reserve (3,648 acres) adjacent to the Station.