Give me a wave! Hi everyone, my name is Walker Willis, and I am the newest volunteer for Save Crystal River. My blog posts, "Walker on the Water" show [...]
It's no secret that the eelgrass in King's Bay is plentiful and abundant. Once planted, the baby grass is kept in a Grow SAV Exclusionary Device for about a year. This insures the roots are established and those eelgrass plants are ready to take on the aquatic world! But what happens before all of that? Where do those baby plants come from?
Have you ever seen a turtle sitting on a log around Kings Bay? These shell back creatures are abundant throughout Crystal River. Watching them is fun. They sunbathe [...]