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CAMA Web Article Archives - 2010 Archives
  • Get Close to Nature on Rookery Bay's "Snail Trail" (11/10/10)
    Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center is opening a new trail for visitors to explore the
    mangroves and pine flatwoods.
  • Deepwater Horizon Event Response Efforts (7/7/10)
    Beyond the containment efforts in the Gulf and the clean-up efforts on shore, Florida is
    working to minimize the effects of the oil spill and develop long-term strategiesto restore damage.
  • Green Mussels: A Spreading Menace (5/25/10)
    Asian green mussels are invading Florida waters and threatening native species.
  • Bringing the Bay to School Day (4/16/10)
    The Central Panhandle Aquatic Preserve Office coordinated with Port St. Joe High School to bring an educational program to the classroom about the importance of seagrasses and how to protect them.
  • The Lionfish Invasion (2/28/10)
    Lionfish are a beautiful non-native aquarium fish, but they are endangering the native fish and crustaceans of our reefs, seagrass beds and other ecosystems.
  • Governor Crist Visits Rookery Bay for Opening of Henderson Creek Pedestrian Bridge (2/12/10)
    Governor Crist and other state dignitaries came to Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve for the  ribbon cutting ceremony of the bridge that stretches across Henderson Creek to the planned trail system.
  • Sea Turtles Come in from the Cold (1/22/10)
    CAMA, other agencies and organizations, as well as individual citizens rescued sea turtles stunned by the cold.

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