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Walton County fishing report for March 24

Fishing is good Bay: Slot sized and small redfish being caught. Trout slot and small as well. River: Bass and crappie being caught. Crappie carrying eggs. Click here for fishing forecast Bay and river report brought to you by Copeland’s. … Continue reading

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Meet the Forester series begins with a nature hike in Point Washington State Forest March 31

Date/time: Friday, March 31, 9-11 a.m. The Florida Forest Service is proud to announce an exciting new educational program at Point Washington State Forest, “Meet the Forester.” The program will consist of a series of educational events each month where … Continue reading

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International Ocean Film tour at Watersound April 1

Date/time: Saturday, April 1, 7-10 p.m. The International Ocean Film Tour kicks off its first ever American tour in the Watersound Origins community. Similar to MountainFilm on Tour at WaterColor Inn & Resort, this outdoor event will feature 6-7 films … Continue reading

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Recreation opportunities abound within Point Washington State Forest

South Walton County is home to an abundance of conservation land accessible to visitors and locals to explore. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, are a just a few ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Located in Santa Rosa Beach along the … Continue reading

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Where to find the Easter eggs in Walton County

Community egg drop in Santa Rosa Beach April 8 Date/time: Sat., April 8, 9 – 10 a.m. Seagrove Baptist Church will be hosting an Easter Egg Drop from a helicopter on Saturday, April 8. Register to win a family season … Continue reading

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Choctawhatchee Audubon Society April events

6 April Monthly Meeting and Presentation: “Bug Eyes: What Do Insects See, and How Do We Know” By John Douglass, Scientist. Insect eyes are drastically different from vertebrate eyes, but having good vision can be extremely important for survival whether … Continue reading

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