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Ormond Beach Library
Open through November
Our Natural World Around Us
Halifax Historical Museum Exhibit
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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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Limited Time Sale!
To celebrate Our Natural World Around Us at the Halifax Historical Museum in downtown Daytona Beach and the entrance display at the Ormond Beach Library, images in the exhibits will be selected for a five day online sale. This will continue through November 14 when the exhibit ends, with one or two images available at this special price at any one time.
You can purchase an 11" x 14" stretched canvas print of Anhinga Pine (see below) for the promotional price of only $50. Sale ends at 5 pm Friday Aug. 7 - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
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A tricolored heron wading through the plants in the shallow water at the edge of a small lake.
Found throughout Florida, tricolored herons range along the Atlantic Coast as far north as Maine in the summer, retreating to south of North Carolina in the winter.
The range extends along the U.S. gulf coast, both coasts of Mexico and along the South American coasts to Peru and northern Brazil.
A medium-sized heron, being 25-28 inches in length with a wingspan of 37-41 inches. The white underbelly in all plumages, in combination with a dark breast, is unique among the herons and can assist in identification. The broken white line down the foreneck can appear similar to the great blue heron. Tricolor herons have an extremely long bill, yellow in juveniles and during the winter, turning blue with a dark tip during breeding season, typically February through July in North America. Legs are yellow, turning pinkish-red when in breeding plumage, which includes white head plumes and long buffy plumes on the back. Neck is russet in immature birds, slaty-blue in all adults.
Requiring a wetland habitat, Egretta tricolor is listed as a species of special concern in Florida and a number of other states.
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