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Fall Into the Subtropics: This Place Makes Your Senses Come Alive

Aug 28, 2017 ● By Kevin

Cayo Costa Island is a Florida state park accessible by charter or private boat, ferry or helicopter.

The Truth of a Junonia: Beautiful and Necessary for Survival

Aug 28, 2017 ● By Kevin

This excerpt from a memoir explores the beauty of seashells - the junonia in particular.

Reddish Egret: the Rarest and Most Habitat-restricted Heron in Florida

Aug 28, 2017 ● By Kevin

The reddish egret is a colorful and entertaining heron. Rarely found inland, it is associated with estuaries, mangrove swamps, tidal flats and coastal lagoons.

Red-cockaded Woodpecker: Once abundant, this woodpecker is now endangered in Florida

Jun 26, 2017 ● By Kevin

Of the 22 species of woodpeckers in North America and 217 worldwide, Florida is home to 11 species, including the dwindling population of the red-cockaded woodpecker.

Head in the Clouds: Amazing Summers, Things Above & Below Our Feet

Jun 26, 2017 ● By Kevin

Afternoon summer clouds are stunning, dangerous, ever-changing and beautiful, a photographer’s dream and a boater’s nightmare, forming as heat rises over the Everglades.

Thought Provoking: Ambu Yoga meditations, Yali Zawady’s larger purpose, donations to SCCF

Jun 26, 2017 ● By Kevin

For Yali Zawady, the new moon is a platform to bring awareness to natural resources and sea turtle conservation, causes she deems vital.

Sanibel & Captiva Islands' Best Beaches for Fishing, Watersports & Family Activities

Jun 05, 2017 ● By Kevin

A closer look at the best beaches for fishing, watersports and family activities.

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