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Water Quality: Ichetucknee Springs vs. The St. Lucie Estuary

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I am almost too tired to be writing this, I had […]

Don’t Go In The Water – Alligators

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I recently wrote about a day spent paddleboarding, and a regular coontributor, Olivia, […]

The Newest Advertiser to FloridaHillbilly – JM Bullion

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Today’s article is brought to you by JM Bullion, of course! If you are looking to get into precious metals, or add some more to your portfolio (what I call my coffee can buried in the back yard), give the folks over at JM Bullion […]

Free books! Quail Q&A, and other tidbits from Floridahillbilly

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Today I am updating everyone on a few changes here at FloridaHillbilly.com, as well as answering […]

Saving Lost Skills – Pioneer Family Days at Heathcote Botanical Gardens

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I received an email from my wife’s aunt, Nan, who happens to be Heathcote Botanical Gardens’s Educational Coordinator. Her email was in regards to yesterday’s post on harvesting meat rabbits. She mentioned that she would be willing to run the camera for […]

I Will Survive

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I ran across a link from a friend on Facebook today. As soon as I read the title, I changed my mind as to what today’s article would be about. Thanks Katie!
“Bunnies implicated in the demise of Neanderthals“
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Guns and Ammo

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I went to a gun show this weekend, one that happens several times a year and that I’d been to many times before. The crowd is usually decent, but not so crowded as to be elbow-to-elbow at every turn. Not so this show.  Not only were there about 40% more […]

Baby Muscovy Ducks

December 2012 Update

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Lots of things are happening here at FloridaHillbilly.com!
Just as I’m out of the woods from my hernia surgery, I get a nasty bout of kidney stones, and dealing with another one as I write this
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The Mullet Run

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Love `em or hate `em, mullet are a vital part of the local saltwater ecosystem. This is the time of year that the water temps start to drop and the mullet start to head to warmer southern waters for the winter, in order to spawn.
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Invasion of the Giant Tiger Prawn

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Remember when I went flounder gigging? Well, tried…mostly I was just wading around playing like I was a 12 year old. I mentioned seeing a lot and even catching some shrimp, and wanting to do it again, specifically targeting shrimp.
Well I noticed one shrimp that was much […]