Three Sisters Springs

Three Sisters Springs
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Three Sisters Springs is a complex of three spring areas, with many vents and sand boils that help feed Kings Bay, the headwaters of Crystal River, in Citrus County, Florida. These springs also constitute one of the most important natural warm-water refuges for the endangered Florida manatee.

Until recently, the Three Sisters property was in danger of being developed. But because of the efforts of Save the Manatee Club and a large coalition of federal, state, and local government agencies, private foundations, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and individuals, Three Sisters Springs will be included as part of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge. The springs will be managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the agency plans to provide observation decks on the property where the public can view manatees.

Donations are currently being accepted to be used for educational and public awareness opportunities at the springs. Please select the amount you wish to contribute below and click "Add to Cart." Thank you! We very much appreciate your help.

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