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Dylan Colby, 8, and his brother Clay, 10, found a chunk of metal during the 2012 International Coastal Cleanup on Siesta Key beach, which began at 8 a.m. today.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Dylan Colby, 8, and his brother Clay, 10, found a chunk of metal during the 2012 International Coastal Cleanup on Siesta Key beach, which began at 8 a.m. today.

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Maria Mossbarger and Candy Belle started the cleanup at about 7 a.m.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Maria Mossbarger and Candy Belle started the cleanup at about 7 a.m.

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Shearwaters are rare on Siesta Key, and the deepwater bird appears to be resting from a long flight, Sarasota County resident Sandy Ulrikson said.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Shearwaters are rare on Siesta Key, and the deepwater bird appears to be resting from a long flight, Sarasota County resident Sandy Ulrikson said.

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The Ulriksons show the Pelican Press the bird in their avian identification manual.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | The Ulriksons show the Pelican Press the bird in their avian identification manual.

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Sandy and Jerry Ulrikson continue north after spotting what they believe was a rare shorebird called a Shearwater.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Sandy and Jerry Ulrikson continue north after spotting what they believe was a rare shorebird called a Shearwater.

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SKA board member Michael Shay led one of the organization’s four groups participating in the Coastal Cleanup.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | SKA board member Michael Shay led one of the organization’s four groups participating in the Coastal Cleanup.

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A group of Riverview High School Students stops to watch a herd of manatees mating in shallow Siesta Key waters.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | A group of Riverview High School Students stops to watch a herd of manatees mating in shallow Siesta Key waters.

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This is the second Coastal Cleanup for SKA board member Joyce Kouba, and she took the route close to dune vegetation where high tide can deposit trash.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | This is the second Coastal Cleanup for SKA board member Joyce Kouba, and she took the route close to dune vegetation where high tide can deposit trash.

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Sophia Dalabakis and David Villa aren’t “too cool” to wear the Coastal Cleanup volunteer t-shirts. They arrived too late for shirts, but still received gloves and trash bags.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Sophia Dalabakis and David Villa aren’t “too cool” to wear the Coastal Cleanup volunteer t-shirts. They arrived too late for shirts, but still received gloves and trash bags.

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Pam Marenghi and Maureen Gebhardt head north on Siesta Key beach during the Coastal Cleanup.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Pam Marenghi and Maureen Gebhardt head north on Siesta Key beach during the Coastal Cleanup.

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Siesta Key Association member Maria Shay scouts the shoreline for refuse.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Siesta Key Association member Maria Shay scouts the shoreline for refuse.

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Jazlyn Qualls, 15, and Adrianne Stolpe, 15, are one of at least 30 Riverview High School students who joined beach cleanup efforts.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2012 International Coastal Cleanup

Saturday, Sep. 15, 2012 | Jazlyn Qualls, 15, and Adrianne Stolpe, 15, are one of at least 30 Riverview High School students who joined beach cleanup efforts.

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