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A Photo Tour of the Matanzas River Basin
Salt Run

St. Augustine Inlet

Aerial view of St. Augustine Inlet and the Atlantic, the
“Headwaters” of the Matanzas River...
St. Augustine Inlet, ground level view.
St. Augustine Lighthouse, near the Inlet.
Inlet

From St. Augustine, looking Upstream toward the Inlet.
The Castillo de San Marcos, on Matanzas Bay, St. Augustine.
Built in 1672, it is oldest masonry fort in the continental US...
St. Augustine Waterfront.
The Bridge of Lions crossing the Matanzas at St. Augustine.
Looking downstream from St. Augustine.
East bank, looking downstream south of Highway 312.
East Bank, looking downstream from a St. Johns County Boat Launch.
Famous Genung’s Fish Camp at Crescent Beach.
Salt Flats, Matanzas State Forest (west bank)
Matanzas River

Fiddler Crabs

Salt flats, Matanzas State Forest
Historic Fort Matanzas, built 1742, “The Back Door”
to St. Augustine.
Aerial view of Matanzas Inlet, the River’s “mouth”,
and the Atlantic Ocean.
Outgoing tide at Matanzas Inlet.
Looking SW to the River segment that flows north
from Flagler County.
Freshwater Creeks that Flow into
the Matanzas River
Moses Creek
Moses Creek wildlife
Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve
Pellicer Creek
Stiles Creek @Princess Place Preserve
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A Photo Tour of the Matanzas Basin

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a quick tour of the Matanzas River and tributaries. Folks have been fighting for the Matanzas for over two decades. The freshwater preserves and the state forest you see in the show are a direct result of their work. This may be one of the last healthy rivers in Florida, and we aim to keep it that way.

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A Photo Tour of the Matanzas Basin

  1. 1. A Photo Tour of the Matanzas River Basin
  2. 2. Salt Run St. Augustine Inlet Aerial view of St. Augustine Inlet and the Atlantic, the “Headwaters” of the Matanzas River.
  3. 3. St. Augustine Inlet, ground level view.
  4. 4. St. Augustine Lighthouse, near the Inlet.
  5. 5. Inlet From St. Augustine, looking Upstream toward the Inlet.
  6. 6. The Castillo de San Marcos, on Matanzas Bay, St. Augustine. Built in 1672, it is oldest masonry fort in the continental US.
  7. 7. St. Augustine Waterfront.
  8. 8. The Bridge of Lions crossing the Matanzas at St. Augustine.
  9. 9. Looking downstream from St. Augustine.
  10. 10. East bank, looking downstream south of Highway 312.
  11. 11. East Bank, looking downstream from a St. Johns County Boat Launch.
  12. 12. Famous Genung’s Fish Camp at Crescent Beach.
  13. 13. Salt Flats, Matanzas State Forest (west bank)
  14. 14. Matanzas River Fiddler Crabs Salt flats, Matanzas State Forest
  15. 15. Historic Fort Matanzas, built 1742, “The Back Door” to St. Augustine.
  16. 16. Aerial view of Matanzas Inlet, the River’s “mouth”, and the Atlantic Ocean.
  17. 17. Outgoing tide at Matanzas Inlet.
  18. 18. Looking SW to the River segment that flows north from Flagler County.
  19. 19. Freshwater Creeks that Flow into the Matanzas River
  20. 20. Moses Creek
  21. 21. Moses Creek wildlife
  22. 22. Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve
  23. 23. Pellicer Creek
  24. 24. Stiles Creek @Princess Place Preserve

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