The temperatures will warm up again after a chilly week that's coming up, its going to be cold enough to send dozens of manatees searching for warmer waters this Month. They will head for the Orange River, where the warm water of the power plant keeps them warm.
Manatees typically migrate when the Gulf dips below 68 degrees.
The temperatures in the Gulf, some morning are a chilly 64 degrees.
Over 50 manatees were spotted at Manatee Park in Lee County where the water is much warmer, around 77 degree.
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Kayaking can be dangerous, you paddle at your own risk.
Safety is your responsibility. Become aware of the dangers of wind, waves, currents, and wakes from big boats, sun and heat.
It's mandatory you have a personal flotation device with you and a whistle when kayaking. Wear your PFD vest, always.
Be ready to turn back if you no longer feel comfortable in a situation.
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