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Old 09-16-2009, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by bb54321 View Post
If you like that, then you'll love this. Throughout the year they have Kemps Ridley sea turtle hatchling releases at the National Seashore. I've had friends that get up early to go spectate but have yet to make it out ther myself due to work. But I hear it's an incredible experience. Something you and your kids could really appreciate.
Oh my! Are you kidding me???!!! That is SOOO cool and my daughters would absolutely LOVE it! I would to, baby turtles are so CUTE! Its funny that you mentioned that, because one of my daughters BIGGEST complaints all this summer when we visited lakes and when we visited the Oregon Coast on vacation was that she didn't see any turtles she would be thrilled by this! The more I hear about CC and the surrounding areas, the more I know its the place for my daughters and I! Sure it has its negatives, every place does, especially desirable areas such as beach towns. I think I can handle them though! Wow, baby turtles, amazing
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Old 09-16-2009, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Marlow View Post
There's also a marine mammal rehab facility in Port Aransas where you can volunteer if you're interested in that, and the Texas State Aquarium also does some bird rehabilitation.
Wow, this is great too! I really love doing volunteer work and want my daughters to enjoy it to, and helping animals would be wonderful. Actually, this summer we rescued an injured duck, broken wing and leg, from a lake we visited. We picked it up carefully and put it in a box then took it to a vet in our area that cares for wildlife, unfortunately it died, but at least we tried.

One thing we don't have a lot of in our area is things like zoos and aquariums. We only have one semi zoo about a 30 min drive away, its called cat tails and houses big cats and a brown bear. Other then that, nothing, its disappointing. Loving all this info it makes me want to move to CC NOW, but want to wait until I get my BA being as I only have like 2 or 3 qtrs left.
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