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Outdoors Column | Les Winkeler: Updating my bucket list

The Southern Illinoisan

Date: 8/1/2020 3:00:00 PM

Other places on my bucket list include Badlands National Park and Big Bend National Park … just because they are there and I haven’t been. McGee Marsh Wildlife Area in Ohio

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Primary 2020: Meet the candidates running for Clermont City Council Seat 3

Daily Commercial

Date: 8/1/2020 11:37:00 AM

The top two vote-earners in the Primary race will proceed to the General Election ballot, unless one of them earns more than 50% of the vote. In that case

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Florida on a Tankful: Drive Along Nature at Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive

News 13

Date: 7/31/2020 11:48:00 AM

Here’s what you should know about the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive before you visit. 1. Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is a 13-mile loop trail off Lake Apopka you can drive through. They just recently

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Water Resources Outlook (July 2020)


Date: 7/28/2020

Water Resources Outlook (July

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Exclusive: Mixed-use project proposed in Apopka

The Business Journals

Date: 7/24/2020 11:45:00 AM

BengeDevelopment is eyeing another mixed-use project in #Apopka. What do you think? #Orlando #localbusiness #businessnews #Florida @BengeDevelopmentCorporation @TonyBenge @CityofApopkaFL @GAIconsultan

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• Length: 28 Miles
• Surface Area: 40,320 Acres
• Length: 9 Miles
Lake Apopka is the third largest lake in the U.S. State of Florida. It is located 15 miles northwest of Orlando, mostly within the bounds of Orange County, although the western part is in Lake County. Fed by a natural spring, rainfall and stormwater runoff, water from Lake Apopka flows through the Apopka-Beauclair Canal and into Lakes Beauclair and Dora. From Lake Dora, water flows into Lake Eustis, then into Lake Griffin and then northward into the Ocklawaha River, which flows into the St. Johns River.

in the 1940s, Lake Apopka drew 100's of anglers to it's waters. It is said that the lake was so clear that bass could be fished by sight alone. Unfortunately, the lake took a turn for the worst was continually polluted for decades. The pollution resulted in low visibility, a struggling fish and wildlife population, and little to no visitors.

Luckily, the lake has taken a slow, but steady turn for the better. Pollution has been brought to a minimum and restocking of fish species has been occurring for a few years now. Lovers of Lake Apopka have pushed and facilitated for many of these lake improvements creating a cleaner and more attractive lake.

Alligators seem to be abundant at the lake. Other wildlife that can be seen at the lake includes fish, multiple species of birds, and bison.
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