“At the lowest tide of the month, the Gulf of Mexico peels back from the shores of Sanibel Island to reveal its treasures…”
Photo of mango tree at Andy’s house!
When life throws you a lemon,
throw it back and say
“I said I wanted a mango!” » Read more
“The family is one of nature’s masterpieces.”
– George Santayana
Should you have any photos you’d like to share, please email them to Dina@OceansReach.com.
Today’s Guest Photographer: William Cameron » Read more
This Friday, June 8th, celebrate World Oceans Day at Ding Darling, where complimentary activities include a guided beach walk, upcycled crafts, and an assortment of fun and educational films. » Read more
Highlights of the special event will include earth-friendly, upcycled crafts to take home and a ranger-led beach walk and clean-up at the refuge’s Perry Tract, accessible from Gulfside City Park. All clean-up participants receive a 10 percent discount coupon for the Refuge Nature Store.
If you can’t make the Guinness World Record attempt that we highlighted yesterday, don’t fret, you can still celebrate seashells all summer long!
Make your reservation for a stay at Ocean’s Reach » Read more this summer and collect as many seashells as you’d like! When you’d like to learn more about the fascinating creatures that inhabit these shells, just plan to spend time with experts from some of our local nature attractions.
This is your chance to break a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title!
Join the Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau in celebrating the 3rd annual National Seashell Day by volunteering to be a part of our GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title attempt at the Largest human image of a seashell!
Date: Thursday, June 21, 2018 (Rain or Shine)
Location: » Read more
You’d be surprised about what you can find near Ocean’s Reach!
For instance, if you’ve ever found yourself saying “Gosh, I could really use some pink and yellow ostrich feathers!” then, believe it or not, you need look no further than just across the causeway.
The SA Feather Company in Fort Myers has been making exotic feathers for over a century.
Established in 1906 and spanning four generations, » Read more
With honor and gratitude
— today and always —
we thank our veterans for so proudly serving our country. » Read more