It won't be long until the newspapers and television news shows start focusing again on the dangers that are waiting for you at the beach this spring and summer. Siesta Key beaches and Florida beaches in general are very safe, but there are some things that visitors may not be aware of that could put a damper on their vacation, or worse. Awareness is knowledge, and in this case, knowledge is free in the form of an ebook written by David McRee, a Florida Gulf Coast beach expert, author, and webmaster of BeachHunter.net.
Join the many hundreds of people that have already downloaded their free copy. Download your free ebook by going to http://www.beachhunter.net/beachsafety.htm
"How to Be Safe From Sharks, Jellyfish, Stingrays, Rip Currents and Other Scary Things on Florida Beaches and Coastal Waters," is a 70 page ebook with illustrations and photos that tells you what you need to know to help keep your Florida beach vacation a safe and happy one. It covers the following topics:
Other Strong Water Currents
Types of Surf
Boats and Personal Watercraft
Alligators and Salt-Water Crocodiles
Water Quality and Harmful Bacteria
Holes on the Beach
Fish Poisoning (Ciguatera)
Crime and Personal Safety
Nile Monitor Lizards
Other Things that Bite, Pinch or Stab
Surf over to http://www.beachhunter.net/beachsafety.htm
to download your free copy right now. And send copies to your friends and family members. Print out a copy to take with you on your vacation to Florida.