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By: Jamiekins , 2:47 AM GMT on May 05, 2010
Last night we went to Captiva/Sanibel Blind Pass and had a great time watching all the night critters out looking for food or mating or what ever they do. It was a stary night and could see all the stars without any light pollution. We got there around 730 pm and watched a wonderful sunset.
After the sunset the critters started coming out and doing what they do at night. I can tell you there is so much that goes on at night that the every day person never sees.
If you ever get a chance to go out at night and see all the critters on water or land you would be surprised on how much activity's really happens at night.
Below is a photo of the area we were at last night.
The highlighted area in yellow is the area we were at. We walked up and down the pass and caught a lot of life on the camera and wanted to share with you all. We hope that after looking at this blog you might want to go out in your back/front yard or if you live near the water just go and watch and listen to the life that we really never get a chance to see nor really know about unless you watch nature shows.
ON THIS PIC YOU NEED TO VIEW THE VID BELOW TO SEE IT IN MOVEMENT. This poor sea hare was washed a shore but we put it back in the water so it didn't pass away
Some kind of shell creature eggs it was Big and Fat not long and skinny like Conch (pronounced ‘konk’)
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