I love to be outdoors. Noted biologist E.O.Wilson would probably say that I have an advanced case of biophilia.
For more than two decades I have endeavored to spend more time in nature and have also revived my interest in photography. Some of the results can be seen on this web site.
In early 2011 I completed the Florida Master Naturalist Program.
There are over a thousand species of plants, animals and fungi currently listed on this site, with more being added weekly.
With my photography and this web site, I strive to show people some of the things in nature that they might not otherwise see, and provide information about our natural world. Hopefully, this will help people realize the value in the natural areas around us, from our back yards and city parks to state and national parks and forests and especially our wilderness areas.
Visit Paul Rebmann's Photography Blog for stories behind the images and more.
Paul Rebmann is now available as a personal guide for your nature trip into The Real Florida and/or your one-on-one photography instructer. For more information, go to Wild Florida Photo Guide.
Check out my gallery of images available at Pixels.com to see some of the best of my images.
In June of 2003, just before Wild Florida Photo was converted from static HTML pages to a dynamic database driven website, I saved all of the files that made up the site. You can now see that original June 2003 design, with the addition only of an update on the Ocklawaha River and links to the current page for each of the subjects that were on the old site.
Paul Rebmann on the Florida Trail in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
Select images by Paul Rebmann can be purchased online in various sized print, canvas and phone cases at Pixels.com.
These images can also be licensed for use through Pixels.com.
Click here to view a full screen slideshow of images available at paul-rebmann.pixels.com.
Florida Master Naturalist