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Episode 69: I think I sawfish!
WOW!!! We explore one of our favorite shelling spots, Dickman's Point, and experience so many amazing creates including an amazing species of starfish, a sea urchin, giant live horse conch, and a once one a lifetime sighting of an Endangered Sawfish! EPIC!!! Oh yes, and of course some SHELLTASTIC treasures including tons of minis and tinies, sand dollars, and more!!
Episode 67: Who ya Tellin!
I just LOVE Morgan Key! So many areas to explore and amazing shells to find! Let's collect some shells this island is known for, such as angel wings and tellins! You'll also learn the different areas that this island has to offer that are great for shell seeking such as the wrack line and the break line on the bay side, and shell piles and tree roots and stumps on the Gulf side!
Episode 65: Striking gold!
It's a golden day! Join me for this incredible morning of shelling the south end of Dickman's point! We'll check out the wrack line, and I'll give you tips on what to do if you find a deceased shell, but the critter is still in it. Also, AH-MAZING finds, including the rare and highly sought after Golden Olive!
Episode 63: No shells? No problem!
Sometimes it's low tide and the water is calm, sometimes it's high tide and the waves are rough! The shelling isn't great every day, but every day is a great day for shelling! In this fun episode at Lighthouse on Sanibel, I'll teach you what to do if you walk out to the beach and you don't see a wrack line and the break line is too rough to shell! Learn how to find good shell spots, and how to look for some common types of shells that are sometimes the most fun to find and to craft with!
Episode 62: Tips and Tulips!
WOW! What a SHELLTASTIC shelling day! From getting up close and personal with a Giant True Tulip, to learning where baby shells come from, you get to experience all the fun and adventure of Dickman's Point in the 10,000 islands! PLUS, shelling tips! Learn the difference between an Angel Wing and a False Angel wing, and tips and tricks on how to get these fragile shells back home safe and sound!
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