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Welcome to the new mobile-friendly Wild Florida Photo home page.
Instead of the periodicly featured photos, the most recently added or edited subjects in each of the categories will be shown here. The various pages of this website will gradually be updated to the new style, until then the old pages will still work.


The most recently added or modified plant at Wild Florida Photo.

Ceiba speciosa

Silk floss tree
False kapok tree

Not native to Florida

Orange Co. FL 10/01/19
Click here for more photos of and information about Silk floss tree

Scheduled events for Paul Rebmann Nature Photography
Paul Rebmann Nature Photography/Wild Florida Photo will be at the Artisan Alley Garden Party in downtown DeLand Sat. Nov. 23 & Sun. Nov. 24 from 10-5.
Garden Party at Wild Florida Photo eventsClick here for more details of this event.


The most recently added or modified animal at Wild Florida Photo.

Picoides borealis

Red-cockaded woodpecker

Florida native

Florida Species of Special Concern

U.S. Endangered species

Levy Co. FL 05/07/06
Click here for more photos of and information about Red-cockaded woodpecker

The latest blog post is about Havana 500 and Street Art.
Havana 500 and Street Art

This month marks the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, Cuba under a ceiba tree on November 16, 1519. In the spirit of that celebration here is a collection of street art - murals, graffiti, signs and a sculpture - seen in Havana earlier this year.

Read more in the Havana 500 and Street Art blog post.


The most recently added or modified other subjects at Wild Florida Photo.

Milky Way

Clay Co. NC 08/28/19
Click here for more photos of and information about Milky Way

The latest newsletter: November 2019.

Kapok & ceiba trees, Havana's 500th Anniversary, street art & a garden party in Artisan Alley...

Read more in the November 2019 newsletter.

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