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It’s no secret that we all need to start thinking more about our food—from its source to how much we eat of whatever is on our plate. It’s scary how many foods these days are pumped full of hormones and preservatives and sugar—in fact, Mark Bittman just published a great op-ed in The New York Times about sugar and how toxic it is to our bodies (http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/27/its-the-sugar-folks/). Yikes.
Area wildlife rescue groups watching Save Our Seabird issue closely.
Port Charlotte, FL – A “no swim” advisory has been issued for the Port Charlotte Beach Complex located at 4500 Harbor Boulevard. The Florida Department of Health in Charlotte County officials received testing results from beach water samples taken on July 3 that show an elevated level of enterococci (enteric) bacteria.
The City Commission is asking that new inspections take place at Save Our Seabirds
SARASOTA -The controversy surrounding a local animal rescue group continues to heat up.
SARASOTA---Save our Seabirds founder Lee Fox was fired last month, and now many claim the organization is no longer providing the level of care it once was.
The Sarasota Ski-A-Rees, a staple of the Suncoast, have been around since 1957. When not traveling, the Ski-A-Rees present weekly water ski shows (see schedule of events ) that have become a Sarasota tradition for over 50 years. Their last one of the season is tomorrow, May 12, 2013.
SARASOTA--The Sarasota Wildlife Art Festival got off to a cold yet enthusiastic start today at Ken Thompson Park. Along with the many art exhibitors, there was food and beverages available for purchase to enhance the chilly yet festive atmosphere.
A rare bird to the Suncoast is being spotted more and more. Some are being found dead.
We got a sobering reminder of the dangers of disgarded fishing line to Suncoast wildlife this past weekend. Beggar the dolphin was found dead and Mote Marine Lab scientists found several fishing hooks and line inside the animal. That's what makes a weekend event so important. On Saturday, volunteers will be collecting old fishing line, hooks and other items that could potentially harm our wildlife.
Saturday, volunteers will be collecting old fishing line, hooks and other items that could potentially harm our wildlife.