Chronicles the exploits of the most influential men and women of the sport throughout the state. Chosen by Doug Kelly for their contributions to the techniques, equipment, and strategies of fishing--and often radiating colorful personalities--these "hall of fame" legends and pioneers have helped preserve the Sunshine State as a top fishing destination.
Salvaging the Real Florida invites readers to rediscover treasures hidden in plain sight. Join Belleville as he paddles a glowing lagoon, slogs through a swamp, explores
a spring cave, dives a "literary" shipwreck, and pays a visit to the
colorful historic district of an old riverboat town. Journey with him in search
of the apple snail, the black bear, a rare cave-dwelling shrimp, and more.
From two experts in the field comes the most complete single volume on manatee biology and conservation available. Weaves fact with real-life scenarios to explain what science has learned about this unusual animal.
Exposing the unseen environmental consequences of rampant sprawl, Pittman and Waite explain how wetland protection creates the illusion of environmental protection while doing little to stem the tide of destruction.