A great blue heron sits along the bank of a historical manmade ditch, called the Carr Drain, where Palmetto officials hope to develop a kayak launch and paddling trail that will weave through the mangroves of the Palmetto Estuary Preserve and empty into the Manatee River. 
 GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald
A great blue heron sits along the bank of a historical manmade ditch, called the Carr Drain, where Palmetto officials hope to develop a kayak launch and paddling trail that will weave through the mangroves of the Palmetto Estuary Preserve and empty into the Manatee River. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com
A great blue heron sits along the bank of a historical manmade ditch, called the Carr Drain, where Palmetto officials hope to develop a kayak launch and paddling trail that will weave through the mangroves of the Palmetto Estuary Preserve and empty into the Manatee River. GRANT JEFFERIES/Bradenton Herald gjefferies@bradenton.com

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