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June 2022 | Paddle Tales eNewsletter

It's A Fact 
Based on the internal structure of their eyes, which possess rods and cones, manatees have color vision. Discover more.
Helen Spivey, manatee activist and volunteer

Manatee Lady
In April, the manatees lost one of their strongest and most heartfelt advocates when Helen Spivey passed away at age 94.


Zelda the manatee and her calf
Zelda Joins Adoption Program
In May, a new adoptee was added to Save the Manatee Club’s Adopt-A-Manatee® program. Her name is Zelda, and she has been sighted in recent years in the Florida Keys. Check it out.
Una the manatee and her entangled flipper
Keep Me Tangle Free! 
Tama, Una, Mr. Baby, Schwinn, Lucille, and Margarito all became entangled in fishing line, hooks, and other debris. Learn their stories and what you can do to help. Go.
Mata Hari the manatee and her calf
Manatee Sightings
Gigi and Mata Hari have brand-new calves! We also received sightings of manatees in the Wekiva River, and Gator, Margarito, and Lily popped in for recent visits. View now.
Phyllis the manatee and twin calves
Manatee Q & A 
Q. Do manatees ever have twins or triplets? Watch a video to get the answer. Send us your manatee question. If we feature it, you'll get a free gift!
Save the Manatee 5K participants
Don't Miss the Fun!
Sign up for the 2022 Virtual Save the Manatee 5K. Join participants from all across the globe who are going the distance for manatees. You choose the time, place, and activity. Register today.

2023 Manatee Calendar
Save 50% when you pre order our 2023 wall calendar by June 30, 2022. Features beautiful manatee photos for every month of the year. Shop now.

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Photo Credits: It's A Fact ©David Schrichte; Manatee Lady ©Save the Manatee Club; Zelda Joins the Adoption Program courtesy Jennifer Chandonnet; Keep Me Tangle Free! ©Wayne Hartley, Save the Manatee Club; Manatee Sightings courtesy Morgan Quattrociocchi; Manatee Q & A  courtesy USGS Sirenia Project; Manatee 5K courtesy Arizona participants. Photos and illustrations can only be used with permission. Contact Save the Manatee Club for more information.
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