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Photo Gallery

We begin our photo gallery with September's island girl.  Paige lives on Siesta Key and loves to go shelling, snorkeling, and fishing.  She currently works in the ER at Manatee Memorial Hospital.  Come and check out who else came out to play on our island… Paige1
Shawn and Rosie from Sarasota enjoying ice cream at Orange Octopus 1
Shawn and Rosie from Sarasota enjoying ice cream at Orange Octopus.
Beth, Bob Sr, Chris, and Bob from Tampa
Beth, Bob Sr, Chris, and Bob from Tampa
Aga, John, and Alex(4) from Chicago
Aga, John, and Alex(4) from Chicago
Angela(12), Nikolas(13), Athena(6) all from Miami
Angela(12), Nikolas(13), Athena(6) all from Miami
John, Henry(11), Lucien(13), Ava(6), and Tina from NJ
John, Henry(11), Lucien(13), Ava(6), and Tina from NJ
Diane and Ada(4) from Ocala
Diane and Ada(4) from Ocala
Bailey(3) and Jamie, Alexus(6) and Rachelle all from OH
Bailey(3) and Jamie, Alexus(6) and Rachelle all from OH
Centenarian strolls the beach
Centenarian Leta Tolbert(100) with niece, Deanna Fugate, both from Chattanooga, TN. They love to walk the beach.
Bella(6) and Kyle(7) from OH
Bella(6) and Kyle(7) from OH
Sandy, puppy Taco, and Matt from Sarasota
Sandy, puppy Taco, and Matt from Sarasota
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Friends, Angie and Mandy from Chicago have been coming to Siesta Key for the past four years.
We love our island visitors ~ We hope you come back again. Now for a few more pics to round out our gallery…
Twins Nicole and Alexa from Miami
Twins Nicole and Alexa from Miami
Lisa, Mike, Justin, Mike, Elena, Nicole, Agrume - all from NY
Lisa, Mike, Justin, Mike, Elena, Nicole, Agrume – all from NY
Jim and Trent(12) from NJ
Jim and Trent(12) from NJ
Marcella and Gabby from Sarasota
Marcella and Gabby from Sarasota
As a reminder, please help keep our island clean especially on
clean up your garbage
This is the result of a carelessly discarded plastic six-pack strap. Fortunately, this turtle survived. Many; however, are not so lucky. (Photo Source: Missouri Dept. of Conservation)
the beaches.  This photo shows what can happen to trash that's not disposed of properly.  Even an empty plastic bag or bottle can be fatal for our sea turtles as they mistake floating plastic bags and empty plastic bottles as jelly fish, one of their dietary staples.  They will ingest the bags, choke and eventually die.