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On our lawn, on our deck, in our bamboo-floor facility — wherever you set up your ceremony, enjoy your special day bay-side.
Tampa Bay Watch is dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Tampa Bay estuary through scientific and educational programs.
2014 Summer Camp Registration
Now Open for Tampa Bay Watch Members!
Tampa Bay Watch announces our dates for this year's exciting, fun-filled summer camps from June through August! Sea Monkeys is a camp for kids ages 6-8 and offers an introduction to the marine environment. Tampa Bay Discovery camp is for kids ages 9-14 and offers an in-depth look at what makes Tampa Bay one of the most incredible estuaries in the world! Both camps take place at our Marine and Education Center.
LEARN MORE ABOUT SUMMER CAMPS!
Tampa Bay Watch is recruiting volunteers to build an oyster shell bar to restore McKay Bay in March and April. The project involves shoveling fossilized shell into mesh bags, transporting the bags via boat and placing oyster shell bags on the shoreline to create a series of oyster bars. SIGN UP!
Tampa Bay Watch is recruiting volunteers for a land- and sea-based cleanup of Fort De Soto Park, Tampa Bay Watch, and the Sunshine Skyway on Saturday, March 15 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. This event is part of Keep America Beautiful's Great American Cleanup. JOIN UP!