Sanibel & Captiva: Shelling In Paradise

Up and down the eastern seaboard each week, listeners tune into the Carolina Outdoors, and today Bill and Don visit Florida. What is the “Sanibel Stoop” or “Captiva Crouch” you might ask? The Outdoor Guys check in with Jackie Parker of the Lee County Visitors & Conventions Bureau to find out! Lee County is situated on Florida’s south-west coast, and includes Sanibel & Captiva Islands, miles of beautifully preserved coastal territory such as the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge – named after a famous artist and conservationist – and much more. Sanibel itself is known worldwide as a famous shelling destination, and, if you find their rarest shell, they’ll even put your picture in the paper!