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Bay Days 2010

Larger items such as broken beach chairs are collected via tractor and cart with the help of Collier County park personnel at Tigertail Beach’s cleanup on Saturday.

Photo by Cheryl Ferrara, Special To The Eagle

Larger items such as broken beach chairs are collected via tractor and cart with the help of Collier County park personnel at Tigertail Beach’s cleanup on Saturday.

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  • Dina Tax holds the atlas of a dolphin fossil she encountered while picking up trash at Tigertail Beach on Saturday. The fossil is actually part of the parks education program and the bones have been studied, recorded and numbered.
  • Ken Kubat does his part during Bay Days.
  • Victor and Joan Rios take on the daunting task of retrieving debris from the dunes near Cape Marco to the Marriott. The couple participated in Collier County’s Bay Days 2010 on Saturday.
  • Larger items such as broken beach chairs are collected via tractor and cart with the help of Collier County park personnel at Tigertail Beach’s cleanup on Saturday.
  • Bob Koschnitzke returns after combing Tigertail Beach for trash, not treasures, during Friends of Tigertail’s first beach cleanup of the season on Saturday.
  • Debbie Roddy watches as Glen and Kathy Metelmann of Fiddler’s Creek model T-shirts received for their participation in Friends of Tigertail’s beach cleanup on Saturday.
  • During the Tigertail Beach cleanup on Saturday, Nancy Richie, Marco Island’s environmental specialist, collects abandoned signs to recycle for turtle nesting season beginning May 1.

On Saturday, volunteers participated in Collier County’s Bay Days 2010, a cleanup scheduled to coincide with Keep Collier Beautiful and an Earth Day event. Here's some photos from Marco Island beaches.

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