Pete Frezza, an Audubon of Florida researcher based in Tavernier and a part-time fishing guide, looks over a muddy bottom in northern Florida Bay. It should be covered by lush fields of turtle grass, critical to fish and other wildlife
Pete Frezza, an Audubon of Florida researcher based in Tavernier and a part-time fishing guide, looks over a muddy bottom in northern Florida Bay. It should be covered by lush fields of turtle grass, critical to fish and other wildlife Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
Pete Frezza, an Audubon of Florida researcher based in Tavernier and a part-time fishing guide, looks over a muddy bottom in northern Florida Bay. It should be covered by lush fields of turtle grass, critical to fish and other wildlife Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

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