As soon as I saw this baby raccoon I knew it would be a special day.
I took this picture at the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve a few months ago, but this week it was awarded second place in the Friends of the Slough photo contest. Click read more for the story of how this little guy ended up strolling around the boardwalk.
Continue reading Seen in the Slough
The Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve in Fort Myers remains closed for renovations, but when it reopens it will remain one of the best places to find wildlife in Southwest Florida. What can you find there? Read on to find out.
Continue reading Best of the Six Mile Cypress Slough
As tourism season ends, something else is flocking to Florida’s beaches. It’s the time of year where coastal birds come home to roost and sea turtles begin to lay their eggs in the sand. There are some simple ways you can help Florida’s wildlife flourish.
Black skimmers aer nesting in Florida.
A pair of black skimmers fish on Marco Island.
Shorebirds nest on Tigertail Beach on Marco Island in Florida.
Up and down Florida beaches sea turtles are nesting right now.
Continue reading Conservation Season is in High Gear
A pit stop in racing is quick. It’s necessary, but a prolonged stay is unwise and unneeded. A Southwest Florida Pit Stop is a quick visit (less than 30 minutes) to a quick, fun, cheap place in the Fort Myers, Sanibel, Naples, Cape Coral area.
Continue reading Southwest Florida Pit Stop: Southern Fresh Farms