Bay Soundings
Bay Soundings | volume three o number three | summer 2004

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Clean Marinas are Good for Business
It's the waterfront equivalent of the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Earning a Clean Marina is good for business, the environment and boaters.
Good Mates
Pinellas County jumpstarted the statewide Clean Marina strategy with the Good Mates program in the early 1990s.
Tour Some of Tampa Bay's Clean Marinas
Flights of Fancy
Florida's premier birding festival returns to St. Pete, October 7-10, with a spectacular lineup of speakers, workshops and field trips to the region's top birding and wildlife areas.

Tracking Sea Turtles
A Labor of Love

Saving A Myth
Using research tools and techniques that would dazzle even the likes of Jules Verne, Mote researchers trail the mysterious smalltooth sawfish.

Fishing Guides Provide Extra Eyes on the Bay
A public-private partnership promises to help protect the bay's natural resources.

Pelican Island
Tiny but tenacious,
America's first wildlife refuge battles back

Family Ties
Son of Greek Immigrants Comes from Proud Line of Seafarers


What They're Reading
Kick back and cool off with these Summer 2004 selections.

Commentary & Opinion
The New Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
By Ken Haddad

Editor's Desk

Three Cheers for Volunteers:
Bob Minthorn and Sue Croley

Quarterly Calendar
Estuary Academy Returns

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2004 Bay Soundings