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Right Whale in North Beach/Vilano Beach

I just spotted my first Right Whale of the season. I called her into the Right Whale Hotline (1-888-97-WHALE). Julie at the hotline contacted Fish & Wildlife (FWC). FWC sent out two planes to investigate. They determined it was a Right Whale with her calf. This particular Right Whale was first spotted two weeks ago and has been hanging out in our area from Flagler Beach to S. Ponte Vedra. I guess she found a great spot and decide to vacation here. Her name is Arpeggio (no, I didn't name her). She is very distinctive in that she has a scar on her right shoulder. So, if you see her and her baby swimming around, welcome them to our wonderful area. And if you don't live here, please come experience St. Augustine and the surrounding area. I'd love to show you around.

Barbara Jenness takes joy in assisting people in buying or selling their home or land in northeast Florida (St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra,  and Jacksonville). She is a community activist and leader serving as President of Friends of A1A 2008-2010, Past President of Scenic & Historic A1A in St. Johns County for over 10 years, and past vice-president of Vilano Beach Main Street (North Shores Improvement Association). She is a past president for WCR in St. Augustine and a member of South Ponte Vedra Civic Association, Porpoise Point, Serenata Beach Club, and Palencia. She founded and is a Past President of the St. Augustine Regional Council (StAR Council) to promote the St. Augustine area to individuals outside the region.

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Comment balloon 0 commentsBarbara Jenness • December 15 2007 10:56AM
Right Whale in North Beach/Vilano Beach
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I just spotted my first Right Whale of the season. I called her into the Right Whale Hotline (1-888-97-WHALE). Julie at the hotline contacted Fish & Wildlife (FWC). FWC sent out two planes to investigate. They determined it was a Right Whale… more