Sanctuary Villas At Hawks Cay

61 Hawks Cay Boulevard, Duck Key, Florida Keys, Florida, United States | Villa
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This villa, located on 61 Hawks Cay Boulevard, Duck Key, is near Dolphin Research Center, Florida Keys Wild Bird Center, Dolphin Connection, and Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Duck Key

    Day 4: Everglades New Years

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 31, 2012

    ... More likely, they were odd vagrants since flamingos naturally live much further south. But Florida ain't what it once was. They used to have seals here too. Andrew and I set up camp and Jessica put together the mattresses and bedding. Our site was in an open area dotted by tall palms. The campground was not very crowded despite the holiday. I guess there are far more exciting places to be for New Years' Eve than the middle of a swamp. It is a good, well ...

    Volunteering in Everglades National Park

    A travel blog entry by rgtraveller on Mar 30, 2012

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... renamed these birds the Everglade Chickens, because they wonder around the campground eating up the bugs, just like chickens would) all the Egrets, and many species of Herons. All these birds are wading birds and are down here in the winter to feast on the bugs and small shrimp and snails that can be found in the ponds and sloughs that are abundant here in the Everglades.

    Now, if you go 30 some miles up the road to the entrance ...

    Sunrise, snorkelling and strippers

    A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 12, 2012

    32 photos

    Some things you're destined to remember forever and sunrise over Key West will be one of them. For some reason I wake just after 7am and as slumber evaporates I recall that the sun is due to come up in about eight minutes time.

    Leaving Coman asleep I walk out to the pier across the road from the hotel and join the other early birds with cameras in their hands. It's truly stunning, the sky blazing a burnished palette as the first hint of the fiery deity breaks onto the horizon. ...

    Storm clouds over Key West

    A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 11, 2012

    15 photos

    There's a storm on its way - at least that's what we're told by friends and family on Facebook. Apparently Florida is being lashed by a weather front to the north of us and it's heading south with all its might. Considering we're seeing this news whilst having breakfast on a sun kissed terrace with a warm breeze gently swaying the palms it seems a little unreal. All is still calm by the Tranquility Pool.

    We decide to make the most of the sun and sit on wicker rocking chairs by ...

    07 Everglades Kayaking

    A travel blog entry by tombuttle on Apr 09, 2011

    36 photos

    ... though the mangrove creeks to find the Shark River; supposedly there is a “more” direct route if you don't get lost – but it is easy to go in circles for hours since every way looks the same and can easily produce dead-ends. So I stuck to the marked Wilderness Waterway going through Cormorant Pass and the Shark Cutoff to eventually setup camp at the Shark River Chickee at 13:30; an hour before a huge lightening storm blew ...