Wildlife

Why We Don’t Fear Alligators On Sanibel

A number of people who are looking for homes here share with us their worries and fears of alligators on Sanibel. I hope this helps reduce these concerns.

Have You Seen Sanibel’s Wild Side?

Where else can you watch ospreys and reptiles from your back porch, and bike a few miles to a nature preservation or the beach to capture images of rare pelicans and other wildlife?

Why We Love The Sanibel Wildlife Refuge

The Sanibel Wildlife Refuge referred to as Ding Darling is a great place to experience the island’s passion and care for nature and the environment.

Why are Mangroves Critical to Your Sanibel Real Estate

If you’re not from Florida, you might be wondering, “What’s so special about Mangroves on Sanibel?” I’m here to shed light on the importance of this native plant.

How We Prevent Sanibel Beach Erosion

It’s common for any coastal city to have beach erosion but what do our island’s do to prevent Captiva and Sanibel Beach Erosion?

How To Go Native On Sanibel

Happy Spring! Looking to spruce up your garden? Get info on Sanibel Native Plants from the island’s SCCF Native Plant Nursery.

Our Thoughts on SWFL Water Conditions

We recognize that there has been a lot of buzz surrounding the Lake Okeechobee “Lake O’” water releases lately – so we’re weighing in with our thoughts on the topic.

Not Your Average Monday Morning

It wasn’t your average Monday morning in the office – to include rescuing an injured turtle to CROW, Sanibel’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic.

How To Identify Native Palm Trees on Island

Tall, skinny palm trees with huge green branches may be the typical palm that is always illustrated. However, the islands have a wide variety of palm trees that vary in size and stature.

Earth Day Trash Talk

Earth Day and protecting our environment is especially important to Sanibel and Captiva as the islands are home to a large number of wildlife and sea creatures.