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The Palm Beach Post
Keys man capsizes boat three times while drunken boatingboating after the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said he cap
Keys man capsizes boat three times while drunken boating
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 6 days ago
boating after the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said he capsized his sailboat multiple times off Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. Monroe County Sheriff's Office Ashley had a blood-alcohol content of .12 three hours after... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Officials approve removal of 150 treesThe Key West Tree Commission unanimously approved the removal of more than 150
Officials approve removal of 150 trees
Key West Citizen / Posted 14 days ago
The Key West Tree Commission unanimously approved the removal of more than 150 trees from Fort Zachary Taylor State Park at its meeting Tuesday night. The state Department of Environmental Protection, which oversees state parks, said they will try... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Timber !!!The state is looking at removing more than 150 trees from Fort Zachary Taylor S
Timber !!!
Key West Citizen / Posted 21 days ago
The state is looking at removing more than 150 trees from Fort Zachary Taylor State Park in Key West as part of a project to move the entrance and a roadway at the park. The plans call for the removal of the 80 gumbo limbo, 46 Jamaican dogwood, 21... Read more
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Florida Keys Keynoter
Birders flock to Key West after first U.S. sighting of Cuban vireothis week to witness the first U.S. sighting of the Cuban vireo -- a thumb-size
Birders flock to Key West after first U.S. sighting of Cuban vireo
Florida Keys Keynoter / Posted a month ago
this week to witness the first U.S. sighting of the Cuban vireo -- a thumb-sized, yellow-breasted bird -- in the trees at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. To birders, it was a groundbreaking discovery. "It's sensational," said Sandy Komito, 84,... Read more
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Key West Citizen
Bird is the wordA different type of Cuban migrant caused a stir Tuesday when it landed in a thi
Bird is the word
Key West Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
A different type of Cuban migrant caused a stir Tuesday when it landed in a thicket at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park — and started singing. The new arrival is a Cuban vireo, a small yellow and brownish gray bird that somehow crossed the Florida... Read more
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