Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Backyard Biodiversity Day Sat. Oct 18, 2014 Mead Gardens Winter Park, FL
Halifax Art Festival Nov. 1 & 2, 2014, Beach Street, Daytona Beach, FL
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Locations where you can buy Wild Florida Photos
Gift shop in the Craft Square at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs.
Select Wild Florida Photo greeting cards and matted prints are now available at the Lyonia Environmental Center gift shop.
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A female monarch butterfly feeding on the flowers of spotted beebalm.
These remarkable butterflies that are known for their multi-generational migrations can be found year-round in south Florida, and typically March though October in the rest of the state.
After several years of dramatic decreases in the monarch population, preliminary reports indicate that 2014 numbers are looking better
(see Monarch Watch blog).
For more information and photographs of monarch butterflies, go to the Wild Florida Photo monarch page.
Spotted beebalm is also called horsemint and is the only native species of Monarda in Florida. It is visited by many different pollinators while in bloom. For more information and photographs of spotted beebalm visit the Wild Florida Photo spotted beebalm page.
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Wild Florida Photo is a photographic collection of flora, fauna and other subjects found in Florida by Paul Rebmann.
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