Campbell's Ft. Myers/Sanibel Island Trip Feb. 2011 travel blog

My favorite beachcomber selecting a few shells on Captiva Island Beach.

Some very small Capitiva Island Beach shells.

A Willet - a year-round resident of the islands.

Closer view of a Willet which uses its long beak to stick...

Flowers near the beach.

Great Blue Heron standing on the beach.

Side view of Great Blue Heron

Osprey dining on a fish atop a tall tree.

Keylime Pie enjoyed at the Keylime Bistro in Capitiva.

Banana palm in Captiva with seed pods.

Banana Palm seed pod.

Seagrape leaf with a message. : )


Feb. 24 – Visit to Captiva Island Beach and Shell Museum

We left early again this morning and were on the sand of the Captiva Island Beach for the low tide but only small shells were present.

We learned at the Shell Museum that to get the ‘big ones’, shellers go at night with flashlights an hour before low tide and/or snorkel in the shallow waters to find the large shells before they hit the beach.

Tomorrow, we will visit the Edison-Ford Estates in Fort Myers.

Have a great weekend.




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