Blue Spring State Park Manatee Cam - Orange City, FL

Watch live from mid-November to March as hundreds of Manatees gather in the warmer spring run water at Blue Spring State Park to escape the cold. A record 485 Manatee wintered at the park in early 2018. The springs water maintains a lovely 72 degrees even during colder months. You will see a live view from both above and below the water with two live cams streaming. The cams can only be viewed during daylight hours(no night vision). To learn more about the park please visit floridastateparks.org.

 

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Cathy EllisSueB.Allison WatsonMary HemmetrBeryl Recent
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Cathy Ellis
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lots of manatees this morning! I love this park – it has a beautiful boardwalk, the grounds are so clean and well kept. The water is a fabulous shade of blue/green. I took lots of pictures when I was there and have a large one hanging on a wall.

Allison Watson
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What kind of fish are those with the black tipped fins that school around there?

SueB.
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SueB.

Possibly a Tarpon.

Mary Hemmetr
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Mary Hemmetr

Lots of young ones with Moms.

Mary Hemmetr
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Mary Hemmetr

Does anyone know what kind of fish are swimming around–the larger ones with darker fins.

Judy
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Finally saw one underwater followed by a gar (?)

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Judy
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Lots of manatees today

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