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  1. Nature Scenes: House sparrows live in unexpected placesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2014 | DeLand-Deltona Beacon News

    Everyone loves pizza for breakfast, even house sparrows! While hiking at New Smyrna Beach recently, I noticed these happy birds seeming quite pleased to have such a yummy breakfast! They're not related to other North American sparrows, because they are actually finches . These little pudgy cuties have a full chest, large rounded head, short tail and stout bill.


  2. Nature Scenes: Getting in the Christmas spirit at the beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | DeLand Beacon

    How can one not feel in the Christmas mood while at the beach? It doesn't take snow and frost to make the season. A cute little boy and his mom look joyful as gulls fly near them while the ocean splashes and they enjoy the gorgeous, free scenery! While strolling at beautiful New Smyrna Beach last winter, I saw a cute little boy and his mother looking so joyful that I could sense and hear their glee! Many Northerners just don't understand that Christmas lights strung on palm trees outdoors or hiking on the golden sandy shore in the subtropics here in Florida really is just as Christmassy as snow and winter coats in the upper states and Canada.


  3. Nature Scenes: Little children should wear sunglassesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2014 | DeLand-Deltona Beacon News

    Here's a duck sitting in the sun at Earl Brown Park, obviously not needing sunglasses! Since his eyes are on the sides of his head, I often wonder how he sees straight ahead. But that's another story.


  4. Nature Scenes: Sandpiper has successful layover in New Smyrna BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2014 | DeLand Beacon

    This cute little sandpiper strutted in shallow water in New Smyrna Beach, inspiring me to live in the moment and enjoy the birds, especially this one.


  5. The sting of climate change: Jellyfish invade Florida beachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2014 | DeLand Beacon

    PHOTO COURTESY NOAA Sting - Warming surface temperatures associated with climate change are one factor in the rising population of jellyfish at Florida beaches, according to a National Wildlife Federation report NEW SMYRNA BEACH - This Labor Day weekend, thousands of Floridians and visitors may feel more than just the sting of a sunburn.


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