Nursing manatee calf and mom winter in Weeki Wachee

Temperatures are dropping during the evening hours, making the Bay Area waters frigid. Colder waters means manatees are looking for a warm spot for the winter.

The folks at met a mother manatee and her nursing calf at Weeki Wachee - a prime are of warm water during the fall and winter months. A manatees mammary glands are located behind its flippers, which can be seen in See Through Canoe's video, where the calf is hanging on under its mom's armpit.

There's also a small group of manatees coming up to the See Through Canoe, and giving a little splash of water through its snout.

From November until about April, there are many Bay Area locations where you can see manatees huddling in warmer waters.

LINK: November is manatee awareness month

The Manatee Viewing Center is celebrating its 30th anniversary season, from Nov. 1 through April 15, 2017. It's at the TECO plant in Apollo Beach.

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Three Sisters Springs is open to visitors interested in seeing manatees through crystal clear waters. There is a $15.00 admission for adults, with senior and children's discounts offered, and trolley service is available from Three Sisters Springs Center located at City of Crystal River-Government City Hall.

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And the gates have been opened at Discover Crystal River in Homosassa Springs. There were a few chilly manatee waiting to get in, as the temps went below 40 in some areas. There's also a great outdoor experience waiting for families at the Friends of Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park.

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