Blind Pass truly has the BEST shells! We checked out several beaches on Sanibel, but the ultimate was Blind Pass. Scallops, cat's paws, jingles and periwinkles were all we could find on other beaches, but as soon as low tide hits on Blind Pass - we found olive shells, fighting conches, whelks, cone shells, etc. Still not as good as in warmer weather...but truly tons more than anywhere else I have ever been. So glad that Sanibel has worked so hard to preserve the Blind Pass waterway and protect the sea-life that thrives there and the massive quantities of shells that get washed up there. Only thing we did not get to see were tidal pools...where sea-life sometimes gets washed in and cannot get out - great place to find things like sea cucumbers and horseshoe crabs, but no luck with those this time. Oh well, I was still happy with our finds!
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