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Last Look Winter 2022

Last Look

A scavenger and broad-winged opportunist that often feeds on carrion, the Crested Caracara is widespread in the American tropics. The word caracara comes from a South American Indian name, based on the bird’s call. When seen for the first time, it might look like a bald eagle with a bad hairpiece. To see the strikingly patterned Crested Caracara up close, visit the Brevard Zoo.

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Cultivating Life

Current Issue, Eat & Drink, Healthy Living, Home & Garden, Local

Melbourne couple devotes years and passion in creating their Garden of Eden. For nearly 35 years, Bruce and Gina Ragan have enjoyed careers that engage their extreme creativity. Bruce, an iconic East Coast surfboard builder, and Gina, a talented landscape painter and photographer, the Melbourne couple share a passion for everything nature, healthy eating and self-sustainability.

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Moving Experience

Current Issue, History, Local

Satellite Beach house of worship has a national reputation for getting around, literally. Episcopal Church of the Holy Apostles thriving years after its relocation from Fort Pierce.

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Leaving the nests

Current Issue, Local

Brevard County’s 71 miles of coastline is one of the most active areas for sea turtle nesting in the United States. Anyone interested in witnessing the nesting process, can participate in nighttime turtle walks led by several organizations including Sea Turtle Preservation Society, Sea Turtle Conservancy, Friends of the Carr Refuge, and Sebastian Inlet State Park.

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A hidden gem

Current Issue, History, Local, Real Estate

Only a simple wooden sign reveals that — sandwiched between a Target store and Haverty’s along Highway 192 — lies the gateway to a social experiment in homesteading

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