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Iguana

It’s not easy being green…and sometimes really big…and an invasive species.

Green iguanas (Iguana iguana…yes, that really is the scientific name), are seen in many parts of southern Florida, including on Sanibel and Captiva.  They are native to the southern half of Mexico and the...

F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva Inc.

When you are checking in at Sanibel Holiday, one of the things we will mention is regarding any leftover food you have at the end of your stay.  If you have any unopened, non-perishable food when you’re ready to depart, please feel free to bring...

As you may have heard recently, some Florida communities have mandated that everyone wear a mask or other face covering.  Those that haven’t are still affected as some major franchises (Walmart, CVS, Winn-Dixie, Publix, etc.) are requiring all customers to wear masks inside their stores....

Sanibel Loggerhead Turtle Hatchling

Around the end of June, the Gulf Coast (along with much of the Southeastern US) experienced one of the largest plumes of Saharan dust on record.  As the name suggests, the dust originates as sandstorms in the Sahara desert of central and west Africa,...

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