Shelling on Sanibel Island, Florida -- October 2003
During Gail's second day of shelling, near the "Pelican Tree" she found a number of very nice shells. While stopping to chat with a couple, Susan and Ed Hanna, who were digging for shells, they informed Gail that she had found a rare shell, a Junonia. Junonias live 200 miles off shore, which is why they are so rare. Susan suggested that we go to the local newspaper, The Island Sun, to have a photo taken. We did so on our way to the airport to return home. Click here to return to our Home Page Captiva Fishing Trip Here.
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