Artists get a new eye for Seahorse Key

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Recently, Cedar Key Arts Center members partnered with the Friends of the Lower Suwannee Refuge and took a trip to Seahorse Key with Dr. Jennifer Seavey to tour the laboratory and the Seahorse lighthouse, as well as the coastline and beaches of Seahorse Key. A few brave souls stayed overnight to continue talks on herpetology and ecology of this area. 


Seahorse Key is part of a chain of barrier islands which are part of the Lower Suwannee Refuge along the Nature coast.

Birding, fishing and research are topics of interest to the participants. 

As a cooperative effort, some artists who participated will show their work at the March 1 Main Gallery Show, titled “Behind the Gates”.