Estero Bay: A Place of Living History
Welcome to historic Estero Bay, Florida's first aquatic preserve dedicated in 1966. With lush vegetation and an active animal population, this are stretches over 15 square miles with a drainage basin of 293 miles. Estero Bay's subtropical climate, coupled with its numerous lagoons and bounty of various plant species, allow for it to be considered one of the most productive estuaries in the entire state.
Southwest Florida Birds
There's more to a day out on the water on a pontoon boat from Bonita Boat Rentals than just lounging in the Florida sunshine while you whiz by lush mangroves, pausing only to gaze at dolphins playing or manatees feeding before continuing your journey on the open blue-green water ahead of you. Of course there are all of the things aforementioned along with a generous population of exotic as well as game fish to pique your interest, but there is also one attribute to the Estero Bay area which frequently goes unnoticed.