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24 minutes, 46 seconds

Nurdles - What are they? Where and when do they appear on beaches of Canaveral National Seashore? And why does it matter? Researched and presented by Dr. Robert Sluka. You can hear more about Bob’s story at www.arocha.us/marine, and you can reach him at bob.sluka@arocha.org or follow him on Twitter @BobSluka. You can also check out his Hope for the Oceans booklet from Grove Books.

 
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1 minute, 57 seconds

Canaveral National Seashore Writing Prompt: Write a things to do poem, things to do if you are a __________. Imagine you are a bird, mammal, reptile, or even a thing. Think of action verbs that describe them. Each line of your poem describes a different action.

 
 
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1 minute, 54 seconds

Our senses are how we learn about the world around us. When we use our five senses (smell, sight, hearing, touch and taste) we are observing different types of details. By making these different observations of the world, we are really learning and paying attention. #Writeout Observe your surroundings, whether you are indoors or outdoors: 1. Pick a place to sit and observe your environment. 2. Spend 5 minutes in observation mode. 3. When making your observations ask yourself: What am I observing and whic

 
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10 minutes, 32 seconds

Traditionally Canaveral National Seashore hosts in person Turtle Watch programs in the months of June and July. This video is an educational talk which takes you through the basics of the program. What is usually a 4 hour adventure in the park has been whittled down to an 11 to 12 minute video.

 
 

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Wind blowing and the rocket launch rumble.

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The launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 carrying a batch of Starlink 4-16 internet satellites. The first stage booster landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. The launch occurred from launch pad 40 located at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 5:27 pm on April 29, 2022.

Last updated: October 19, 2022

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