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September 09th, 2014 | Author:

Register online at or pick up  Registration Forms at one of the locations below

Navarre Visitor Information Center

Navarre Beach Fishing Pier

Navarre YMCA

Navarre Living Yoga

MBT Divers, Pensacola

Dive Pros, Pensacola

Scuba Shack, Pensacola

Bay Breeze Aquatic, Gulf Breeze

Dive Tech, Destin

Hurlburt Dive Shop

Half Hitch Tackle

Broxson Outdoors

HBTS Rec Center

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September 02nd, 2014 | Author:

Position: Volunteer Coordinator for Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center (NBSTCC) and Navarre Beach Marine Sanctuary (NBMS).

Term: Temporary/Part-time with possible permanent position depending on funding. First term for approximately 6 months starting September 2014.

Pay: Hours will vary each week based on scheduled events; $8 per hour.

Job Description: Recruit and manage volunteers for NBSTCC and NBMS activities, special programs, and events.  This includes maintaining a database with updated information on all volunteers and coordinating with both organizations to determine volunteer needs.

Candidate Description: This individual will work from home using their own computer except when required to attend events or meet with representatives from NBSTCC and NBMS.  Computer skills required including basic email, Word, and Excel.

 How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to, subject: Volunteer Coordinator Candidate. Select candidates will be contacted for follow on interviews.

Physical Address: 8740 Gulf Blvd., Navarre Beach, Florida 32566


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August 31st, 2014 | Author:

The Navarre Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center will be sponsoring the Kid’s 1 Mile Fun Run this year.  The Conservation Center will be open also.

Register at  or download registration form and drop off at the  Navarre Visitor Information Center  (Foot Navarre Beach Bridge on hwy 98 in the sound side park )

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August 31st, 2014 | Author:

Check out the 2014 Run for the Reef Race Shirt Logo – compliments Dickie Williams at  Navarre Press

Run For The Reef 2014 T-Shirt Art Final


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August 29th, 2014 | Author:

& Kid’s 1 Mile Fun Run SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2014 @ 8 am
Sponsored by Navarre Press

Register online at or download a registration form or pick up a registration form at the Navarre Visitors Information Center or at the pier

Early registration Discount ends September 12
And did we mention the 10K this year!

Race day activities start and finish at the Navarre Beach Pier
Course: Beautiful Out and Back 5K (3.1 miles) along Gulf Blvd.
One mile fun run at the Sea Turtle Conservation Center after 5K.
Post race refreshments at Lagerheads on Navarre Pier Deck.
Scored by Results Event Timing

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August 13th, 2014 | Author:

Thanks to Tim Axford for these recent pics of the gulf side reef and one of  it’s more recognizable visitors.















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August 11th, 2014 | Author:


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July 14th, 2014 | Author:

These guys just seem to hang in the water.  Very mesmerizing to watch while hovering over the reefs.


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July 13th, 2014 | Author:

Lots of snorkelers and divers,       Thanks to Mike Sandler for the photos.

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July 13th, 2014 | Author:

If you have been out to the Gulf Side Reefs or any where near them, chances are you have run into Dan McCarren.   Dan, a long time NBMS Committee member and avid supporter is at the beach daily all year round.  When he’s not on the reefs he’s showing folks how to get there or explaining their importance to visitors and residents alike.    Be Like Dan – Get out to Navarre County Beach Park and enjoy the reefs.


  This Nurse shark had beaten a fisherman by stripping the line from their reel, unfortunately the line trailed behind it and when it sought refuge with the Navarre Snorkeling reef it became entangled.   Two divers and a swimmer (Bob Boston) enjoying “snokeliscious” came to the rescue, secured a knife and cut the line holding the shark to the reef.  Just one more example of working together for Navarre’s environment and low impact enjoyment.

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