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Estuary Restoration is Paramount for Manatees! August 8, 2019

Greetings! Did you know that a manatee’s habitat relies on estuaries? It’s true. Estuaries, along with their surrounding wetlands are actually bodies of water. And they are mostly found where rivers meet the sea. Estuaries are home to unique plant and animal communities, which have adapted to brackish water – a blend of fresh water…

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Manatee Facts for Fun – Part 6 July 11, 2019

Greetings! This is my sixth blog installment talking about some very cool and awesome manatee facts. You know – it’s really not a bad life at all being a manatee! Why? Because the manatee has no real agenda to follow. And get this – a normal day for a manatee is spent swimming, eating, resting and…

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Author Robert Scott Thayer Signs Kobee Manatee® Books in Florida! March 6, 2019

Author Robert Scott Thayer with some of his Kobee Manatee® Fans at Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Florida. Robert Scott Thayer, author of the award-winning Kobee Manatee® Children’s Educational Picture Book series recently toured and visited some of Florida’s extraordinary manatee festivals. Thayer is the creator of the Kobee Manatee® series published by Thompson Mill Press,…

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Manatee Facts for Fun – Part 1 January 23, 2019

In winter, Florida Manatees at Blue Spring State Park enjoy its warm balmy water temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit.   Photo: Robert Scott Thayer Greetings! Since we’re in the heart of manatee season I thought in this blog, I’d give you some awesome manatee facts. Yours truly is actually a Florida Manatee. With that said the…

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November is Manatee Awareness Month! October 4, 2017

Florida Manatees swimming and enjoying the warm 72 degrees Fahrenheit clear water at Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Florida Photo: Robert Scott Thayer Greetings! Well – it’s almost that time of year again when us manatees begin seeking warmer waters in Florida as the temperatures start to cool off. And to kick off…

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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…

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