Monthly Archives: January 2013

Watch for Humpback whales migrating in January off East Coast of Florida


There are a couple of whales that migrate off the eastern shores of Florida.  Be sure to watch for the Humpback and Right Whales as they migrate in the early months each year.  You can even occasionally spot them while … Continue reading

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Lemon Shark Aggregation in Jupiter, Florida


Every year from January to mid April, lemon sharks meet and aggregate along the Eastern Coast of Florida.  Lemon sharks grow up to 13 feet long and average approximately 10 feet.  They are found in the shallower waters of the … Continue reading

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January Calendar of Sealife & Migrations for South Eastern Florida


Every year I am blessed to be amazed and inspired by some of the most incredible sights under the sea.  As many of my readers will know, I can’t help myself but come back and learn more about the awesome … Continue reading

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Don Pedro Gilbert the Pirate


I love the eastern coast of Florida.  It is full of natural and nautical treasures, both of the past and the present.  Hubby has a real love for all things Atocha, including an avid collectors interest in the reales. While … Continue reading

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Dare I discuss solo diving?


The more I shore dive, the more this topic peaks my interest.  I dive many spots repeatedly up and the down the East Coast of Florida.  I would venture to say that I probably know Lauderdale by the Sea like … Continue reading

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Dive Friends Bonaire lauches innovative new volunteer cleanup initiative


If you dive, chances are you have heard if Bonaire.  It is  is famous for its pristine marine park and award-winning diving. As many of my dive and blog junkies know, I am always touting the “take more than you … Continue reading

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Shore Dive conditions for week of 1/3/12


UPDATE: was down in Vero last night at Rio Mar, looked great!  flattest I have seen it in 4 months.  I am planning to dive MONDAY AM due to weekend work schedule. It is funny as I am not the … Continue reading

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Donax Varibilis aka Coquina mollusks


Yesterday I stated that one of my New Year’s resolutions was to find out something about a new sea creature or ocean wonder.  Here in Florida, we have these gorgeous soft stones sculptures everywhere that are carved out of coquina … Continue reading

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Happy New Year, do you have your collard greens and black eyed peas cooking?


A New Year is finally upon us and I, like so many, have those New Year’s Resolutions I will share with you in a moment.  But first I would like to share a southern tradition that I do every year.  … Continue reading

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