Amelia Island Kayak Excursions

We’ve just finished our first summer here at Amelia Island Kayak Excursions, and what a fantastic time we had! Since we opened in June, we’ve hosted people from all over the United States and from many countries, as well. Summer 2013 is gone, and now autumn is upon us. Already there is a growing interest […] The post Amelia Island Kayak Excursions appeared first on Amelia Island Kayak Excursions.

We’ve just finished our first summer here at Amelia Island Kayak Excursions, and what a fantastic time we had! Since we opened in June, we’ve hosted people from all over the United States and from many countries, as well. Summer 2013 is gone, and now autumn is upon us.

Already there is a growing interest in kayaking because of the cooler weather in this season. Fall is my favorite time of the year. Cooler temperatures are great, and combine that with kayaking makes it even greater. Our average temperatures for October on Amelia Island are highs of 79 with lows of 63.8. In November, we expect highs of 71.4 and lows of 53.9.

On today’s paddle, I saw the beginning of the fall bird migration. The sight of one Monarch butterfly on its way to Mexico is exciting, but the large V-formations of ducks, geese, wading and shorebirds are quite thrilling. Birds are going south, animals are busy preparing for winter, but as for me, I’m thinking about my next kayak adventure.

The scenery is changing on the creeks and rivers in our area. The holly’s green berries are changing to red, and there are new flowers that only appear in the fall.

Autumn in our area is an excellent time for kayaking. But, don’t just take my word for it! Make plans to get off the beaten path and experience the beauty of our changing seasons. Let’s go KAYAKING!

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