Sanibel Island Wood Chart
Sanibel is a barrier island -- a collection of sand on the leeward (downwind) side of Pine Island, which is made of more solid coral rock. It is known for its bounty of seashells which is a result of the island's location and its east-west orientation. It sits on a large plateau that extends west into the Gulf of Mexico for several miles, creating a shelf for the shells to collect on and eventually wash onto the shore.
Points of Interest Include:
San Carlos Bay, Gulf of Mexico, Pine Island, Captiva Island, J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Tarpon Bay, St. James City, Caloosahatchee River, and Matlacha Pass National Wildlife Refuge.
This piece comes ready to hang, pre-framed in a custom, solid-wood frame. Its rich contours are carefully crafted from laser-cut layers of Baltic birch, which are hand colored and glued together with the intent that each becomes a prized conversational piece and treasured heirloom.
31" Width X 24.5" Length