Tag: GTM National Estuarine Research Reserve

GTM Reserve

Regis and I went to the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve today. It is one of our favorite places. The three names (Guana, Tolomato, Matanzas) are the three rivers within the reserve. It is one of 29 national estuarine research reserves in the country.… Continue Reading “GTM Reserve”

More Fiddler Crabs, Dolphins, and a Tortoise

Regis, a friend, and I went to the GTM NERR (Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve) to conduct more volunteer work on an intracoastal monitoring project where they are studying wave action from boats. It’s a great opportunity to ride in a golf cart along… Continue Reading “More Fiddler Crabs, Dolphins, and a Tortoise”

Coast Guard Rescue Training

I was at the GTM NERR today doing some volunteer work where we were downloading video from one of the cameras monitoring the intracoastal waterway. The study is about wave activity created by boats. While there, I tried to do my best not to… Continue Reading “Coast Guard Rescue Training”

Fiddler Crabs

by Linda The Chickadees stopped hanging around our nest box and now a Bluebird couple is hanging around. It’s been interesting. A few days ago we had a nor’easter come through. It was very rainy and windy. We needed the rain. At the tail… Continue Reading “Fiddler Crabs”

A Reason for Optimism

I recently started volunteering at the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve or GTM Reserve for short.  There are 29 similar reserves in the U.S. with 3 in Florida.  Many agencies are involved in managing the reserve but the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric… Continue Reading “A Reason for Optimism”

Beach walking and bronze god?

Ok, now that you clicked over here, there are no pictures of me in a speedo, (And this is a post from Regis to landrtravles). The 15 extra pounds are keeping that from happening, but watch this space! I was recently at a dinner party… Continue Reading “Beach walking and bronze god?”