10/19/2022-Thank you to everyone who participated! We received great feedback! The time for public input has closed, but we appreciate your interest. Questions or comments? Please contact us via the Contact page on our site. The Wekiva River System Management Committee (MC) is performing anupdate to the 2012 Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP). The management planwas […]
This fun, self-paced, six-month-long adventure encourages you to get out and explore the Wekiva Basin. For each adventure completed, you will earn a corresponding sticker to mark your achievements. In addition, every two stickers you receive earns you one raffle ticket! The raffle will be held monthly with the chance to win an environmentally-related prize!
Documenting manatee sightings is important and provides important data for researchers as they are trying to further understand how manatees are using the Wekiva River. Save the Manatee Club has an online form where citizens can easily report sightings and upload photos or videos. In the summer of 2019 and 2020 several manatees were sighted in the Wekiva River that proved to be known individuals from Blue Spring! Among them were ‘Mata Hari’ and her calf, who made it all the way up to the Wekiva head spring, ‘Peyton’ and her calf who visited Wekiva Island, ‘Marge’ who may have given birth to her calf in a resident’s canal, and ‘Jocie’ with her small calf.
Spring cleaning work day at the Wekiva River Aquatic Preserve office. We love our volunteers!