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Florida Keys Treasures JobsWelcome to the Florida Keys Treasures WEB Site. You’ll find local information about tourism, fishing, diving, snorkeling, restaurants, accommodations, Keys jobs, lobsters, lighthouses, maps, vacation, fish, birds, plants and history about all the Fabulous Florida Keys including Key Largo, Tavernier, Islamorada, Layton, Key Colony Beach, Marathon, Big Pine Key and Key West.

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Locations in the Florida Keys
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Key Largo
Tavernier
Islamorada
Beaches
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Layton
Key Colony Beach
Marathon
Lighthouses
Parks
Reefs
Big Pine Key
Key West.
More Islands
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Everglades
Things To Do for $10 or less for family of 4
Florida Keys Vacation Rentals by Owner
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Fish (Top 5)
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Shark Humor
Dive Humor
April Sloof
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Recent Posts

Papaya Sunset – Living Aboard Sailboat In Key West – Review

Robert E. Schiller, a life-long and highly sought-after public education administrator now serving as the interim superintendent of the Falls Church, Virginia, public schools, knows basketball, and in “PAPAYA SUNSET” he manages to draw the reader into the excitement of a close game, a last minute basket, and the intricate ...
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Florida Keys Memorial – Hurricane Monument – Islamorada

Standing just east of U.S. Route 1 at mile marker 82 in Islamorada is the Florida Keys Memorial Hurricane Monument designed by the Florida Division of the Federal Art Project and constructed using Keys limestone ("keystone") by the Works Progress Administration. Unveiled in 1937 with more than 4,000 people in ...
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New Florida Shark Finning Ban Bill Signed

Gov. Rick Scott has signed a watered-down bill initially proposed to stop the shark finning trade in Florida. The bill, signed Tuesday 5/23/17, does increase penalties for shark finning and codifies a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission rule prohibiting this practice, but does not go as far as shark ...
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Divers Mark Artificial Reef Spiegel Grove 15 Year Anniversary

Divers installed a bronze plaque last week identifying the final 250 of 1,000 contributors to a project that sank the former U.S. Navy ship Spiegel Grove 15 years ago as an artificial reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. On May 17, 2002, as the 510-foot-long former landing ship ...
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Ernest Hemingway: A Biography by Mary V. Dearborn

The first full biography of Ernest Hemingway in more than fifteen years; the first to draw upon a wide array of never-before-used material; the first written by a woman, from the widely acclaimed biographer of Norman Mailer, Peggy Guggenheim, Henry Miller, and Louise Bryant. Ernest Hemingway: A Biography A revelatory ...
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Retired Atlantic Hurricane and Tropical Storm Names

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, beginning June 1, is forecast to be less active than a year ago with the number of named storms and hurricanes near historical averages. Each season, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) retires the names of the hurricanes or tropical storms that were particularly deadly or destructive. Requests ...
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Dry Tortugas American Crocodile Relocated to Everglades

The Dry Tortugas are a small, remote cluster of islands 70 miles west of Key West. This Dry Tortugas American Crocodile hasn’t seen another member of his own species since he swam out here in 2003 — which makes it difficult not to think of him as the World’s Loneliest ...
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Florida Keys Tourism Report First Quarter 2017 The High Season

Monroe County Tourist Development Council’s most recent Smith Travel Research report shows Florida Keys Tourism is doing just fine. The Florida Keys continued with Florida's best average daily rate. during the first quarter of 2017, at $315. The report on Florida Keys Tourism, with data from January through March 2017, provides ...
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King Mackerel Management Changes Effective May 11

Several commercial and recreational changes to king mackerel management in Florida state and federal waters will take effect May 11. These changes are consistent with federal regulation changes that are effective the same day. Approved changes include: Setting the Gulf/Atlantic state waters management boundary line, which used to shift from ...
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Caught Some Grouper Now What – Favorite Grouper Recipes

Grouper meat cooks up very firm, with big flakes and holds its moisture better than many other fish. Since Grouper is a leaner fish you might need to baste it when broiling or baking it. Two pf the favorite ways to cook Grouper is grilling or frying it. You can ...
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Islamorada Founders Park Summer Recreation Camp

Activities at the Islamorada Founders Park Summer Recreation Camp include: Games, Arts and Crafts, Sports, Movies, Board Games, Swimming at the Pool and Beach and more. Camp Dates: June 12 through August 4, 2017. Monday - Friday 8 am to 5:30 pm. Ages: 6 - 12 only. Registration Fees: $85 per ...
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Bloodline ​Season 3 Official Trailer

Netflix has released its trailer for the third and final season of Bloodline Season 3, and from the looks of it, this embattled family is going to be dealing with a lot of turmoil as they answer for their litany of crimes. The series will pick up with adult siblings John Rayburn ...
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Florida keys Diving Alligator Reef Islamorada – Video

From Divers Direct. Alligator Reef is one of the largest reef systems in the Upper Keys. In the 1960s, a study of Alligator Reef found and identified more than 500 species of marine life. The reef is around a wrecked ship; the USS Alligator built in 1820, which went down in ...
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Coralpalooza Coming Key Largo June 2 2017

In celebration of World Oceans Day, Coral Restoration Foundation is hosting its third-annual Coralpalooza event during the weekend of June 2. The event “aims to bring recreational divers and ocean conservation-minded individuals together to promote coral reef restoration and ocean preservation,” according to the foundation’s press release. Coralpalooza helps raise ...
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Name The Key West Navy Base American Crocodile

Over the last several years, some new arrivals have taken up residence at Naval Air Station Key West's airfield on Boca Chica Key: American crocodile. "We don't know exactly how many we have," said Ed Barham, the environmental director for the base. "But we know we have four or five ...
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Pigeon Key Foundation Summer Camp 2017

The Summer Camp at Pigeon Key Foundation & Marine Science Center gravitates towards hands-on learning and interaction within the Florida Keys ecosystem, providing campers with a fun and pivotal, one-of-a-kind experience. Summer Camp: Download 2017 Summer Camp Flyer Download 2017 Registration Form https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZjANUBprdo PKFMSC offers a variety of marine programs, giving your ...
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Theater Summer Camp 2017 Key West Art and Historical Society

The goal of this Summer camp is to allow students to develop their individual potential through creative exploration in the area of theater arts. The students will write a play, make the costumes and design the set. To add to the magic, musical accompaniment will allow the students to investigate ...
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Summer Camp 2017 Marathon

June 12th – August 11th 8:30am – 5pm Ages 5-13 The cost is $80 per week. (A $20 weekly discount applies to additional family members.) Camp features sports, arts and crafts, and other activities. For info: tubbsa@ci.marathon.fl.us or robinsonj@ci.marathon.fl.us Marathon Community Park 200 36th St Ocean Marathon, FL 33050 To ...
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Snook Season Closes in All Florida Keys Waters May 1 2017

Snook season will close to all harvest in Gulf state, federal and inland waters, including all of Monroe County and Everglades National Park, starting May 1, 2017. Seasonal harvest closures conserve Florida’s valuable snook populations and help sustain and improve the fishery for the future. Snook is open to harvest ...
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Grouper Fishing Reopens May 1 2017 in The Florida Keys

Anglers grouper fishing in Florida state and federal waters of the Atlantic, including state waters off Monroe County - Florida Keys, will be able to take home some of their catch starting May 1, when the season for several species reopens to recreational and commercial harvest. The following species will ...
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