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Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

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  • Florida's space agency launches new pitch for commercial rockets

    Florida's space agency launches new pitch for commercial rockets
    In the war between the states for the emerging commercial-rocket-launch industry, Florida is scrambling to regain momentum after a key rival — Texas — has all but secured victory in a major battle.
  • Meet Florida's most-stunning bird

    Meet Florida's most-stunning bird
    Growing up in Florida, fishing the saltwater flats surrounded by mangrove trees, I would often see the unique Roseate Spoonbill.  It’s an elegant, rose-colored bird with a shovel like beak and I believe that it could be Florida’s most-stunning...

    Condos, villas and suites may be the ticket for reunions

    Condos, villas and suites may be the ticket for reunions
    Family reunions are just around the corner for many. Planning for this type of trip is important, as these reunions that offer opportunities to reconnect, catch up on each other’s lives and have fun together can also be tricky to arrange...

    Wildlife refuge still a quiet gem

    Although the government shutdown has ended, the Visitor Center at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge was still closed on my recent visit to this quiet gem, one of almost a dozen national parks and monuments in Florida. A park volunteer at the...

    Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore

    Florida Beach Guide: Canaveral National Seashore
    There are plenty of no-nos at the pristine beaches of Canaveral National Seashore in Brevard County. But that's part of what keeps the 23 miles of pure Florida so unique. No cars on the beach, no places from which to rent rafts or buy sodas, no pier...