Sep 2, 2021

Nest hatches, stragglers make way to water’s edge

A sea turtle nest assessment by the Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center on Aug. 22 counted a total of 92 hatched loggerhead turtle eggs.

Sep 1, 2021

Navarre Beach boat parade to honor first responders

A year ago on September 5, more than 1,000 boats crossed under the Navarre Beach Bridge in hopes of breaking a Guinness World Record, but the effort fell short due to not having a complete video of start to finish, according to organizers.

Aug 25, 2021

Beach flowers common sight in coastal dune areas

Spend time at the beach and you’ll notice the sand and the sun and the water.

But if you look along parking lots and roads, you may also spot some of the most common beach blooms.


Aug 19, 2021

Sea turtles successfully released

The Gulfarium’s C.A.R.E. Center successfully released five rehabilitated sea turtles Thursday morning, including three Kemp’s ridleys, at Inlet Beach.

Aug 18, 2021

Since you asked: Are surfers allowed in the water when double red flags are flying?

When double red flags fly at local beaches, the waters are closed to swimmers.

Aug 16, 2021

Milton man happy to reel in big red drum off beach

Using his lucky vintage 45-year-old fishing rod, Navarre resident Jim Streacker reeled in a 45-inch, 40-plus pound red drum fish while surf fishing last week.

Aug 10, 2021

Beach lifeguards make Navarre proud

A select group of lifeguards from Navarre Beach competed in the USLA National Championship Aug. 4-7 on South Padre Island, Texas. The group represented the Emerald Coast and placed second overall in the competition.

Jul 30, 2021

How to find sand dollars this summer

Folks visit Navarre Beach for the crystalline blue waters, white sand and diverse marine life.

It’s a place to swim, fish and relax. But some people come to the beach on a mission – to find seashells and sand dollars, fragile treasures that rarely wash up on shore fully intact.


Jul 28, 2021

Speed matters – Navarre Beach lifeguards complete wave runner training

Navarre Beach Lifeguard Tessa Hendricks slices through the sun-kissed surf of the Gulf of Mexico driving a wave runner on a hot and humid summer morning. Her eyes lock in on the victim that is decked out in yellow and bobbing in the waves.

Jul 27, 2021

Siblings share passion for saving turtles and spreading awareness on Navarre Beach

The Thomas family visited Navarre Beach from Missouri last week and spent six of their eight nights here educating people about turtle nesting.


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