Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

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ajc.com
Travel: Go Florida: sports and leisure activitiesbut, for many, Looe Key is especially captivating. The 5.3-nautical-mile stretc
Travel: Go Florida: sports and leisure activities
ajc.com / Posted 14 days ago
but, for many, Looe Key is especially captivating. The 5.3-nautical-mile stretch of protected groove and spur reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is widely regarded as the most beautiful coral reef in North America. No other dive... Read more
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examiner.com
Underwater music festival to anchor in Lower Keys32nd annual Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival is slated Saturday, July 9, at
Underwater music festival to anchor in Lower Keys
examiner.com / Posted 16 days ago
32nd annual Lower Keys Underwater Music Festival is slated Saturday, July 9, at Looe Key Reef, an area of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary 6 miles south of Big Pine Key. This melodic experience spotlights coral reef... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Top 10 ocean escapes for World Oceans Dayopportunities to explore. Discover Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical St
Top 10 ocean escapes for World Oceans Day
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
opportunities to explore. Discover Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park, the Everglades National Park, the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary or try kayaking and birding. A number of affordable, one-of-a-kind hotels, restaurants... Read more
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Florida Keys Keynoter
Former mayor Ramsay left a legacy of public serviceIn years past, Dick Ramsay could be a curmudgeon. For example, he opposed the F
Former mayor Ramsay left a legacy of public service
Florida Keys Keynoter / Posted 20 days ago
In years past, Dick Ramsay could be a curmudgeon. For example, he opposed the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary when it was created a quarter century ago and let anyone know who wanted to. "In his early years, he was a firebrand," Monroe County... Read more
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Florida Keys Keynoter
Great barracudas are top of the food chain. But their populations may still be at riskagain. For more on great barracuda see: https://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/discove
Great barracudas are top of the food chain. But their populations may still be at risk
Florida Keys Keynoter / Posted 21 days ago
again. For more on great barracuda see: https://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/discover/species-profiles/sphyraena-barracuda The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary provides historical data, mooring buoy positions, site maps, and other information to... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Marine sanctuary faces inquiryA team from a sister agency of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary will
Marine sanctuary faces inquiry
Key West Citizen / Posted 22 days ago
A team from a sister agency of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary will be interviewing sanctuary staff next week as part of a probe into “hostile work environment, waste and fraud and abuse” at the agency. The National Ocean Service, which... Read more
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Florida Keys Keynoter
Huge boat destroys coral, authorities want help finding the vesselcoral head. "Our biggest challenge right now is to find who did it," said Mary
Huge boat destroys coral, authorities want help finding the vessel
Florida Keys Keynoter / Posted 27 days ago
coral head. "Our biggest challenge right now is to find who did it," said Mary Tagliareni, deputy superintendent of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. A large vessel, estimated to be from 80 to 100 feet long, crashed into a patch reef... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Officials: Coral patch heavily damaged by boatFish and Wildlife Conservation Commission received a report on May 19 of extens
Officials: Coral patch heavily damaged by boat
Key West Citizen / Posted 29 days ago
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission received a report on May 19 of extensive damage to a large patch reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary about one mile south of Man Key, which is about six mil... For the complete article,... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Couple pleads not guilty in shark caseA former member of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council
Couple pleads not guilty in shark case
Key West Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
A former member of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council and her husband accused of purchasing wildlife, mainly sharks, from fishermen who did not have the proper licenses, pleaded not guilty in federal court. Leah and Phil... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their Facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their Facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their Facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their Facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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11 News Houston
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
11 News Houston / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
This is why you don't release balloons into natureThe NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page
This is why you don't release balloons into nature
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 1 months ago
The NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary reported on their facebook page that a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer retrieved 36 of these balloons within the last 48 hours. They were located in the Upper Keys. "Mother’s Day is the worst, not... Read more
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