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- Walton County installs FAWN weather station
- Walton County fishing report for May 22
- Explore the natural beauty of Blackwater River State Forest
- Community clean up day at Choctaw Beach June 8
- First loggerhead turtle nest of the season in South Walton
- Learn surf fishing at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park May 21
- Yellow flies are back!
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A FAWN (Florida Automated Weather Network) weather station was recently installed at Brown Pit off of Brown Road in North Walton County. A joint effort between the University of Florida, Walton County Extension Office, Public Works Department, and the Walton … Continue reading
Fishing is good! Choctawhatchee Bay: Speckled trout in all sizes and numbers! Some up to 25″ in length. Creeks/river: River is back down. Lots of bream, yellow breast and blue gill. Near shore: Pompano. Click here for fishing forecast Bay … Continue reading
Lakes, trails, rivers offer endless recreation Boasting more than 210,000 acres of long leaf pine forests, lakes, streams and rivers, Blackwater River State Forest is a great place to explore nature. As one of the largest and oldest State forests … Continue reading
On Saturday, June 8 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., District 4 Commissioner Sara Comander will be hosting a community clean-up day at Choctaw Beach Park on State Road 20 in the Choctaw Beach Community. The Walton County Public Works … Continue reading
The first loggerhead nest of the 2013 season was laid near Seagrove May 20, 2013. The nest was found by South Walton Turtle Watch volunteer Ann Stuart. Click here to learn more about our nesting sea turtles.
Time: 10 a.m. Surf fishing is a popular sport along the beaches of Topsail Hill. This program will teach you what types of bait will work, what times of year certain fish can be caught, and common fish you can … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, and those nasty yellow flies are biting… here are some tips for armoring yourself In Florida, the name “yellow fly” is used to describe about a dozen different species of yellow-bodied biting flies. “Yellow … Continue reading
Amanda Usrey, artist and proprietor of Studio by the Sea, hosted a painting class for a good cause on May 18. The plein air class was held along Campbell Lake at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park. The fundraiser for Choctawhatchee … Continue reading
The community of Seaside is now offering valet service during the busy summer months. PM Valet will park Seaside customers’ vehicles for them. Visitors will be able to drive into Central Square and park on their own or have someone … Continue reading
Part-time South Walton resident and nature lover, Ginger Sinton has penned a colorful book on Walton County’s beautiful coastal dune lakes. The area’s rare coastal dune lakes are 15 dynamic, geological treasures. The full-color, 112-page, softbound photo book reveals the … Continue reading