Are you choosing homeschooling or virtual school this fall? The crew over at Sanibel Sea School are here to help!
Sanibel Sea School is excited to offer supplemental science-based education for small homeschool groups. They can arrange a series of sessions that are focused on hands-on, marine biology or sessions that complement your student’s existing homeschool or virtual school curriculum.
A homeschool package consists of five or more 2.5 hour courses tailored specifically to your students. » Read more
Thanks to our friends at The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel for this gorgeous photo, along with the reminder of how thinking about your next time on the Great Calusa Blueway can cure any old case of the Monday Blues!
The Great Calusa Blueway offers paddlers the opportunity to tour 190 miles of Southwest Florida’s intricate shoreline, winding through gorgeous mangrove-lined estuaries, around ancient shell islands and across open Gulf waters. » Read more
A large male turtle was found floating and debilitated in the Pine Island Sound last December, and shortly thereafter was rescued by members of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) Sea Turtle Program and Marine Lab staff.
The turtle was taken to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), then transported to the Mote Marine Lab for further rehabilitation, where he was named Finley Joe. » Read more
Photo by Andrew West
Comet Neowise was photographed over Lighthouse Beach two weeks by Andrew West from the Fort Myers New-Press (USA Today Network).
This weekend is the last time to see the comet from the northern hemisphere. Once it disappears from view, it will not be visible from Earth for another 6,800 years.
Full disclosure, the photographer said he had a hard time seeing it with his naked eye. » Read more