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Comb Jellies showing bioluminescence

What is Bioluminescence?

What is bioluminescence and how does it work? Bioluminescence is a process where living organisms make light. It often happens with marine animals such as comb jellies, plankton, and bony fishes. Visitors to Canaveral National Seashore in Florida’s Indian River Lagoon can see bioluminescence created by comb jellies and plankton. This light is made by

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Guest moves handsfree on guided sunrise & morning pedal kayak tours through Canaveral National Seashore. This was from the Apollo Beach Visitor center and is a way to kayak New Smyrna Beach.

Pedal Kayaking: A Family-Fun Activity in New Smyrna Beach

Get ready to explore the shoreline of beautiful New Smyrna Beach with pedal kayaks! This is a fun, family-friendly activity that everyone can enjoy. Not only do pedal kayaks allow you to take in the sights of the beach, but they also give you an easy way to move around and explore without having to use your hands. Plus, Hobie pedal kayaks are incredibly comfortable and offer plenty of storage space for all your gear. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!

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Great blue heron perched in tree on Florida birding and kayak tour. Viking EcoTours typically sees these shorebirds along the shoreline near maritime hammocks and mangrove islands during kayaking tours.


What are Shorebirds? Shorebirds in Florida There are many species of shorebirds that can be found in Florida, including herons, plovers, and egrets. Some of the more common species found in Florida include the great blue heron, willet, American white ibis, snowy egret, and least sandpiper. Shorebirds are typically found along shorelines and wetlands, where

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