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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Little Talbot Island
Little Talbot Island State Park
Big and Little Talbot islands are known in Florida for having dead trees on the beach. Normally they have fallen and are partially buried in the sand, but sometimes they can be found still standing, like this tree with its roots washed out, appearing to be on stilts.
Little Talbot Island State Park is located northeast of Jacksonville, between the St. Johns River and Amelia Island.
Around New Year's 2014 an immature female snowy owl visited Little Talbot Island, hanging around on the beach and in the dunes for about 2 weeks. You can see photos of that owl and read about snowys on the Wild Florida Photo Snowy Owl page.
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