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  • Personality guide to Florida's beaches for both coasts

    Personality guide to Florida's beaches for both coasts
    Florida's beaches are playgrounds for tourists and residents alike, with each stretch of sand offering a unique character. It all depends on what you're looking for: peace, a party? There is a different case to be made for most of the state's natural...
  • Free entrance to national parks on Saturday

    Free entrance to national parks on Saturday
    Get in free at U.S. National Parks on Saturday, Sept. 29, as part of the park system's free entrance program. The park service is waiving fees to over 100 parks around the country to celebrate National Public Lands Day. Parks on the Florida list:...
  • Free fun at Everglades National Park on Monday

    Free fun at Everglades National Park on Monday
    Enjoy Everglades National Park for free on Monday, Jan. 21. The U.S. National Parks service is waiving entrance fees at parks in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. day. There are lots of fun, free, things to do. Here are a few highlights: Anhinga Amble:...
  • Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Canaveral

    Florida Cruise Homeport Spotlight: Port Canaveral
    Established in 1953, this deep-water port on the Atlantic coast of Central Florida, less than an hour's drive from Orlando (about 54 miles from Orlando International Airport), offers a variety of cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean including three-,...
  • Shuttle gone, Brevard hopes eco-tourism launches new era

    Shuttle gone, Brevard hopes eco-tourism launches new era
    Kayaking in the Mosquito Lagoon on a moonless summer night reveals blazing stars and comets — not in the sky but in waters thick with "bioluminescent" plankton. When mullet jump out of the water, they look like rockets shooting off. Though the...
  • 100 things about Central Florida I'm thankful for

    100 things about Central Florida I'm thankful for
    Enough already with news of the frustrating. There's a lot to love about this place we call home. So for Thanksgiving week, I wanted to share with you 100 things about Central Florida that I'm thankful for. Finding 100 was easy. In fact, after...
  • Sea-turtle rescuers during winter 2010 receive award

     
    A few of you may remember the harsh winter of 2010 in Florida. Through the bitterly cold temperatures, we blogged about an unprecedented rescue effort – in which people sought out to find thousands of sea turtles that had been stunned by the...
  • Volunteers can help restore oyster beds at Brevard workshop

     
    One notable environmental restoration project in this region is the rebuilding of oyster beds in Canaveral National Seashore and the Indian River Lagoon system. I wrote about the project a few years ago, which has worked well because at its core, it...
  • Weekend outlook: hot days, gentle surf, cooler ocean

     
    Local lifeguards say it's been a relatively slow week at the beach. Crowds have been light and there has been little news, save for a drowning at Canaveral National Seashore. Heat has been the big issue with a few cases of heat stroke among beachgoers,...
  • Sea turtles affected by Hurricane Irene

     
    Lucky for Florida, Hurricane Irene did little damage to the coast, causing only minor beach erosion. One impact still being assessed is what happened with nesting sea turtles. Thousands of sea turtle nests were still incubating this week on Florida...
  • UCF biology professor named Outstanding Educator

     
    Our hats are off this afternoon to UCF biology professor Linda Walters, who was recently named as an Outstanding Educator by a national research group. The Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation recognized Walters because of her work educating...