Shelling in Florida – Photo Essay

Last week, we published a photo essay on Florida wildlife, which was hugely popular.

Tons of folks are always impressed by our shell collection and so, in this post, we wanted to share some of our shell photos from around the state of Florida.

Most of these shells were just found walking the beaches of Florida, but we do snorkel in shallow water quite often and we’re always on the look out.

The Florida Keys has great shelling as do some of our local spots like Caladesi Island State Park and of course, the very famous Sanibel Island.

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If you have any questions about the shells in these photos, just leave a comment below.

For identification, we recommend Florida’s Seashells, which is a great guide for ID’ing your shells. Of course, don’t forget to double-check each shell to ensure no one is living inside and don’t take too many home…we typically just take photos and keep a few as gifts for friends.

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