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Sea squirts send stench into beach air
Tiny organisms called tunicates or sea squirts are lining Blind Pass and causing a terrible stench prompting some people to do a double take on the beach. "After a cold front or storm, it's not uncommon to see these types of organisms wash up on our beaches," said James Evans, director of Natural Resources for the City of Sanibel.
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Author Randy Wayne Wright to sign books in Orlando and Mount Dora
In the Dinkins Bay of author Randy Wayne White's imagination, live-aboards, charter fishing-boat crews and a few select friends meet Fridays in the Sanibel marina for beer and gossip.
Kathie Fiveash: finding home in nature
Kathie Fiveash was perhaps 8 years old when she had her first significant birding experience, one that has remained in her memory all the years since.
RV fire briefly shuts down Sanibel Causeway
According to the Lee County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to an RV on fire on the Sanibel Causeway at around 1:45 p.m. Fort Myers police are searching for two men who they said helped rob another man during a Facebook meet up Tuesday night.
Is a massive red tide bloom headed toward SWFL?
We have new information in a massive red tide bloom that we have been tracking. More testing done Tuesday shows the algae was 10 miles off Pinellas County's shore.