Fun Children's Books about Manatees and Other Sea Life

Articles tagged: algae

Manatee Facts for Fun – Part 5 June 25, 2019

Florida manatees enjoying the warm balmy waters at Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Florida Photo: Robert Scott Thayer Greetings! This is my fifth blog installment talking about some very cool and awesome manatee facts. Manatees actually make good parents! The manatee gestation period is about one year. Well – it is actually the female manatee…

read more →

Manatee Facts – Manatee Diet Recap (Part 6) May 22, 2018

West Indian Manatees at Blue Spring State Park – Orange City, Florida. Photo courtesy: Liquid Productions Greetings! Here’s another one of my blogs on manatee facts. This is now (Part 6). In this installment, you’ll find more awesome manatee factsI’ve presented over these last few years! Today, I’ll be talking about the diet of us…

read more →

Guacamole-Thick Algae Invades Florida’s Coasts! July 6, 2016

Toxic blue-green algae invades miles of Florida’s coastline and marinas forcing them to close. Photo credit – Greg Lovett The Palm Beach Post via AP Greetings! All of us manatees, in addition to a whole lot of frustrated Floridians are having a real-life nightmare dealing with a huge encroaching guacamole-thick algae bloom!  It was first…

read more →

Uncover the Lethal Effects of Red Tide on Manatees March 21, 2016

Harmful algal blooms, or HABs, occur nearly every summer along the nation’s coasts. Often, the blooms turn the water a deep red. Greetings!  Today I’d like to talk about something called Red tide, which can be very lethal to us manatees.  Red tide occurs when algae in the water begins growing out of control. This…

read more →

close

Contact


Search

© 2019 KobeeManatee.com, All Rights Reserved | Site Developed by Online Promotion Success | Privacy Policy