We find interesting relationships near Fort Myers Beach shorelines

It has been a long while since we posted on here. I think we lost our momentum like the rest of the world. But we are back and getting busier as we head into spring....continue reading

A morning tour around Fort myers Beach with our Master Florida Naturalist Zack

Zachary Diamond is a Naturalist Narrator representing Good Time Charters, a well-established eco-tourism and fishing outfit on Fort Myers Beach, Florida. Since 2013, he has connected and educated people to the natural beauty and history....continue reading

Oysters in Estero Bay   It was Jonathan Swift (author of Gulliver’s Travels) who first said – “He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.”   When you really think about it, was....continue reading

Social Distancing in Nature

Have you seen the new challenge on Facebook to post a picture of the beach? The challenge is promoting positive pictures and news when we have been inundated with negative news.  Looking at your newsfeed flooded....continue reading

Bottlenose Dolphins: Fort Myers Beach

Bottlenose Dolphin: They call him Flipper Did you know that Orca whales are actually the largest dolphin species? Sciencing tells us “There are approximately 36 dolphin species known to humans today, found in fresh and....continue reading

Exoskeleton Delights

A day at the beach isn’t complete without looking for sea shells! Many of our guests have asked questions about shells and today I hope to answer them for you! What lives in shells? The....continue reading

How is the red tide and water conditions in Fort Myers 2019?

CHeck out this cool video of a massive feeding frenzy right next to our boat! IMG_2743   Oh the red tide struggle is so real. Growing up here for 43 years now, I am no....continue reading

Hybrid Herons and rare bird sightings in Southwest Florida

The sub-tropical environment of southwest Florida allows our plant and animal diversity to thrive. Fort Myers Beach is home to not only bottlenose dolphins, fish, and mangrove trees but we also boast a lot of....continue reading

How to gender a blue crab? It is so Crabtastic!

Blue Crab are a common crab found in our estuaries and near shore waters and we find them so crabtivating! They are a commercially important part of our seafood industry here at Fort Myers Beach....continue reading