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Magical Manatee Madness

At the time of writing this article, the West Indian Manatee, and its two subspecies, the Antillean and Florida Manatee, is still listed on the Endangered Species List. There is a current proposal before the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service … Continue reading

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Video: Exploring the Florida Panhandle

  It’s been a rainy weekend on the Emerald Coast so I took the time to create a short 4 minute video highlighting some of the sights along the Florida panhandle. I hope you enjoy it! [amazon_enhanced asin=”0813033381″ /]

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A Visit to Pitt & Sylvan Springs at Econfina Creek

Located north of Panama City, Fl, on Hwy 20 in Bay County approximately 8.5 miles east of Hwy 77 lies several points of interest nestled into one small area: Econfina Creek, Pitt Spring, Sylvan Spring group and Williford Springs. 1/4 … Continue reading

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Saving Florida’s Natural Resources

  For Immediate Release: August 7, 2012 Contact: Eric Draper (850) 251-1301 or Manley Fuller (850) 567-7129 Florida’s Water & Land Legacy Campaign Launches Constitutional Amendment Drive to Guarantee Funding for Environmental Protection in Florida TALLAHASSEE––Aiming to provide a stable, … Continue reading

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Kayaking on the Upper Chipola River at Florida Caverns State Park

  The upper Chipola River is an easy out-and-back paddle beginning at the Chipola River Sink boat ramp within Florida Caverns State Park near Marianna. The river’s name comes from the Choctaw Indian language and translates as “sweet water,” and … Continue reading

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