Sanibel’s Crazy Storm Of Beach Bling And Horse Conchs Posted by pam | Feb 5, 2016 | After The Storm, Beach Bling Sea Debris, Conch, Horse Conch, Shell Videos | 19 Share with your friends!EmailInstagramPinterestFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Share:
Unbelievable!!! Lucky you to be there when this event is happening. Thanks for sharing with us all.
Is there any Red Tide?
That is just amazing to see. Thanks you so much Pam.
Wow Pam, thanks for sharing that.
I was in Florida early last month. Specifically drove to Sanibel-Blind Pass beach. I found nothing but ordinary shells and sadly came home with some as to not go home empty handed.
I love your videos and go shelling vicariously through you. Lol sincerely, Debbie C.
I have 2 comments, first save me some I will be there next Friday and stop stepping on the shells. LOL Everytime you moved and stepped I wanted to shout Stop Stepping on the shells, I can hear them crunching! LOL
Haha – I promise , it sounds way worse than it was with my stepping on shells. I try to walk on the sides of the wrack and film over top of them- it’s tricky. And when the whole beach is loaded …. There’s nowhere else to walk!
Hey Pam, don’t ‘cha just love Cheryl Welke’s last name?!?!? LOL
Nice albino fighting conch at 2:10
Haha I saw it when I looked at the raw footage but never even saw it when I was there- I was too overwhelmed.
Wow – that is amazing. I’ve never seen horse conchs in numbers like that. Do they normally live that close to shore and we just never see them or did they get pushed in from deeper water because of the storms?
This is one crazy video. I wish it could be like that next time I go there.
How exciting!! I wanted to run down the beach myself! Thank you so much for sharing such a rare treat and always making me smile.
I love this video Pam! Fascinated by the horse conch eating the tulips, etc… Although I was there last week, somehow I managed to miss the rodeo. Thank you for sharing!
Was that a live whelk at :35? This was an amazing video. I felt like I was there.
My friend, Anne, and I were there the week of Jan. 20-26th. We went to Blind Pass Captiva and Lighthouse Beaches. Great shelling at Lighthouse. I came home with more varieties than I had ever collected. Also enjoyed ourselves on the cruise to Big Hickory with Pam. Lots of fun!
Love the post storm loot….I have experienced all those conchs before it is SO fun!!!! Maybe I’ll see you in the morning!!
Wow, thank you for sharing. Good job on finding the Horse conch, also do you have any tips on finding big Lightning Whelks like, what season, low or high tide, that would be great thank you!
What do you do when you find a whelk casing on the beach? Do you return it to the water, keep it, film it, to other?
What beach is this on????