Gulf fritillary butterflies, caterpillar, chrysalis, and the plants they depend on...
What do hurricanes have to do with mushrooms? And mushrooms come in various shapes & sizes...
The most convenient total solar eclipse in 47 years called for trying some new photography...
The life cycle of tiny spiderling plume moths: eggs, larvae, pupa, adults...
Pollinator week is in June. Pollinators are not just honey bees and Monarchs...
Life on the dunes, beach bunnies, searockets, survival and resurgence...
Sandhill cranes in Florida are like the people, there are locals and also snowbirds...
6 more weeks of winter like Florida has had so far is pretty much the same as spring....
Hurricane, drought, wildfires, abbreviated Appalachian Trail hike. An interesting autumn this year...
Hurricane Matthew edition
Only in Florida program postponed due to Hurricane Matthew, canvas sale extended
Bartram's Ixia found only in Florida is named for William Bartram who described it in his Travels
Dwarf Cypress - A forest of centuries-old cypress less than 15 feet tall
Pitcherplants in May - insect eating plants on display in the forests of Florida
Ocklawaha River springs and other sights exposed during drawdown of Rodman Reservoir, highlights of 2 kayak outings.
Both William Bartram and Andre Michaux discover a new pawpaw in 18th century Florida. This turned out to be Asimina obovata, a pawpaw found only in Florida.
Ever wonder about the flora & fauna that is found only in Florida?
Unseasonable heat, winter blooms, El Niño, what's next?
2015 Year in Review - the photographer's favorite images of the past 12 months
OptOutside and a first camping trip with children to enjoy the outdoors unplugged
Lake Disston a Florida Outstanding Water & Audubon IBA is a great nature photography spot...
Paul Rebmann Nature Photography now appearing in two Florida exhibits
Award winning Golden-Silk Spider and more spiders and webs in this edition.
Florida State Forests: great places to find photographic subjects and more...
Florida Orchids, people's obsession with, exploring for, and photographing these beautiful little treasures of nature...
Florida's Ocklawaha River flows north 74 miles from Lake Harris, along the western border of the Ocala national Forest and enters the St. Johns River just upstream of Welaka. The sections of the Ocklawaha that are still natural are some of the most scenic waterways in Florida and make for excellent canoeing and kayaking.
Appalachian Trail Photography. What does the AT have to do with Apalachicola oysters?
A recap of all 2014 blog posts by Paul Rebmann comprising a summary of the first year of blogging.
Operation Migration brings young whooping cranes to Florida each winter.
Photography from a kayak.
The first Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann newsletter, Halifax Art Festival.
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