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COAST GUARD TALL SHIP EAGLE VISITS KEY WEST

There's a cool-looking ship at Mallory Square today through Sunday and will be open for tours this weekend. No, it's not a cruise ship. The U.S. Coast Guard...

KEEP KEY WEST BEAUTIFUL

One hour a week makes a huge difference, and volunteers are always welcome every Friday and some Saturday mornings, from 8 to 9 a.m., when teams clean...

WAVES OF CHANGE: EMMA HAYDOCY TAKES ON NEW SURFRIDER LEADERSHIP ROLE

In the Upper Keys, people have come to associate Emma Haydocy’s name with environmental protection. Serving as Florida Bay Forever’s first full-time executive director since February 2020...

DIVE REPORT: CORAL SHORES’ MARINE SCIENCE PROGRAM PROVIDES EXPLORATION

This Week’s Dive Report Conditions were a little confused this past week. We had a nice day for diving, a windy day and then the rains came through...

FWC ANNOUNCES RULE CHANGES FOR 4 KEYS SPECIES

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At its meeting on May 3 and 4 in Gainesville, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved a number of immediate and potential rule changes...

BREAKING NEWS: WHAT KILLED 51′ SPERM WHALE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS?

A 51-foot sperm whale was the last thing one expected to see on the morning of May 11, laid out in the gravel parking lot of Robbie’s...

MORE THAN 400 LIONFISH REMOVED FROM KEYS WATERS

There are several hundred fewer invasive lionfish wreaking havoc on Florida Keys reefs thanks to the recent efforts of four local divers.  Team Forever Young, consisting of Tony...

DOLPHIN BIOLOGY CONFIRMS THEY’RE BUILT FOR PLEASURE – KEYS WOMAN MAGAZINE

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Buckle up, folks. This one might get a little awkward, but I promise you, there’s a point. Before I became a newspaper editor, I spent the first six...

WILD THINGS: THE ART OF BACKCOUNTRY LOAFING

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You could see them from a couple miles away, a thin ribbon of white over a thin ribbon of beige over a thin ribbon of azure. The...

MUSEUM SHIP INGHAM RETURNS TO KEY WEST AFTER REPAIRS

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The historic U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Ingham returned to its berth at Key West's Truman Waterfront after a trip to Tampa Ship boatyard for $650,000 of maintenance...