But how do you keep the sea life out of harms way?
“There’s several teams of observers. There’s land-based observers that are on the bridge, there’s boat-based observers and there’s an aerial survey component. Basically we are just doing our part to try to protect the wildlife,” “We don’t direct the animals or try to coax them in or out, or around the area. They have to go out on their own volition. If they’re just in the area transitioning through we basically have to wait.”
Jake Gorzelany, a biological scientist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
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FROM THE AIR
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