In 1979, then-Florida Governor Bob Graham designated November as Manatee Awareness Month. Every governor of the state since has renewed the proclamation.
The people who work in this store are very nice and always seem to have a smile on their faces. The store is clean and they always seem happy to lend a helping hand. You can even round your change up to donate to The Good Will.
Florida is full of the weird and wonderful. Visitors can take a bit of that home from their Florida vacation with these cool, unusual souvenirs. They are the perfect reminder of your trip to the Sunshine State.
Folks come from all around to enjoy the varied festivities and the famous haunted tram so get there early, because later in the evening the line can really grow! Food, fun, candy, music, give-aways and of course the famous Florida manatee on the roam for picture ops! You do not want to miss this Citrus County tradition! We will be there too!
Whether you want a light bite to eat or a healthy fresh pressed juice, try this local gem today. You just may catch some of crew there getting their daily fill!
Ranked 6th best market in the world by TravelChannel.com®, the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market offers 2 restaurants, 9 concession stands, 2 ATMs, 2 climate controlled shopping malls and over three miles of shopping.
What can you find at flea markets in Florida? Just about anything. Does the world have a shopping capital? I'd argue it does, and it's Florida.
The number of manatee deaths in Florida this year has already exceeded the total for all of 2017. Blame Red Tide, which is suspected of killing more than 100 of them.
More than 160 sea cows have died in 2018, a pace that could set a record, according to environmental group.
Illya the manatee became quite popular after he traveled all the way to New Jersey back in October 2009. Eventually he was rescued and taken back to Miami. The Save the Manatee Club reported Ilya's death on July 31.