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Sun Blog: Wildlife

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Reminders

May 1st marks the start of sea turtle nesting season up and down the area beaches. Loggerheads, which are the most common species in this area, green sea turtles, and a handful of the smaller, rarer, Kemp’s ridley, will emerge from the warming waters of the Gulf and onto our white sand beaches where they […]

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Florida Scrub Jay

The Florida Scrub Jay is the only bird found exclusively in Florida. This friendly and curious bird has been in serious decline in recent years due to development which has encroached on its natural nesting areas. The Florida Scrub Jay is now found mainly in central and south Florida with occasional sightings in the panhandle. […]

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Manatees on the Rebound in Florida

Save the Manatee One of Florida’s most beloved marine mammals has been making a steady comeback over recent years. The West Indian manatee, a species that has been on the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service “endangered” species list since 1972, has steadily seen its numbers improve over the last 23 years. According to CNN, when […]

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Southwest Florida Beaches Clean Up

On Saturday, September 19, Ocean Conservancy will sponsor its 30th International Coastal Clean Up Day of Southwest Florida beaches. Friends, neighbors and all those who enjoy a clean, safe, enjoyable beach are encouraged to join in the effort. Get to know others who love Florida’s beaches and help keep our beaches beautiful. You can make […]

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Florida Greenways and Trails System

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection will be conducting meetings open to the public to discuss updating maps for the Florida Greenways and Trails System. On Sept. 21, 2015 at 4-6:30 p.m. Sarasota/Manatee MPO Conference Room 7632 15th St. East Sarasota, FL 34243 The maps are used to direct resources to these priority corridors to […]

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Outdoor Life in SW Florida

People often ask about rules and regs for boating, hunting and fishing in Florida. The best and easiest way to find out all the info you need is to visit the state site for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. At this site you will be able to find info on licensing and permits, […]

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New lights make for happy turtles

By STEPHEN BAUMANN ENGLEWOOD EDITOR, Charlotte Sun-Herald Newspaper. Reprinted with permission. ENGLEWOOD — Sea turtle tag owners take note: Your license plate money has returned home. A “photo op” was held Tuesday morning at Englewood Beach to tout new sea turtle-friendly lighting along Beach Road. Surveying the new lights were Charlotte County Commissioner Tom Moore, […]

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