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A Guide to John Audubon's visit to the Florida Keys 

 

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AUDUBON IN THE FLORIDA KEYS


 

 

INDEX

  
AUDUBON


INDIAN KEY
1832


CORMORANT


ROSEATE
TERN


GRAY
KINGBIRD


REDDISH
EGRET


LOUISIANA
HERON


SANDY KEY


WHITE IBIS


WILLET

 
ZENAIDA
DOVE


WHITE
CROWNED
PIGEON


THE AUDUBON HOUSE IN
KEY WEST


AUDUBON'S
KEY WEST


KEY WEST AFTER
AUDUBON


ROSEATE
SPOONBILL


GREAT
WHITE
HERON


GREAT
BLUE
HERON


KEY WEST
DOVE


FLAMINGOS


BLUE-
HEADED
QUAIL DOVE


FRIGATE BIRD


BROWN
PELICAN


MANGROVE
CUCKOO


TORTUGAS


SOOTY
TERN


BLACK
HEADED GULL


BROWN
NODDY


CAYENNE
TERN


BROWN
BOOBY


SANDWICH
TERN


NIGHT
HERON


GREENSHANK


GREAT
MARBLED
GODWIT


MANGO
HUMMING-
BIRD


TROPIC
BIRD




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This website includes some photos of birds taken by wildlife naturalist photographers. All photos used are displayed with permission.

All photographs are copyrighted by the owner.  Please respect the copyright.  The use of any of the photographs on this website without the written permission of the owner is strictly prohibited.

A list of several nature photographers who have granted selective permission to display their photos is provided below. E-mail addresses and page links to their bird pictures are included. Additional photographers will be added in the future.

 

Wildlife photographer, Preston Manning

Preston Manning
722 Iowa St.
Golden, CO 80403
303.278.8988

E-mail preston@wildlandphotography.com
prints of photos are for sale

http://www.wildlandphotography.com/

 

 

Jeff Rester's

Nature Photography - Ocean Springs, Mississippi

jeff@resterphotography.com

http://www.resterphotography.com/

http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/gallery3.htm
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/reddishegret2.htm - Tavernier, Florida
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/reddishegret1.htm - Reddish Egret in Tavernier, Florida.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/greategret.htm - Great White Egret in Tavernier, Florida
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/greatwhiteheron2.htm - Great White Heron in Tavernier, Florida.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/anhinga.htm - Anhinga in Everglades National Park.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/gallinule.htm - Common Gallinule in Everglades National Park.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/brownpelican.htm - Brown Pelican in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/egretpreening.htm - Great White Egret preening in New Iberia, Louisiana.
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/cormorant.htm
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/greenheron.htm
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/ibis.htm
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/nightheron2.htm
http://www.stormloader.com/fishman/greatblueheron.htm

Bill Keogh - guide and photographer
Lucrecia St., Big Pine Key, FL 33043
email: KEOGHKEY@AOL.COM

19th year as a  popular guide and photographer, educator and backcountry guide in the Lower Keys. phone: 877-LWKAYAK , 305-872-9860, 305- 872-8950 - Photography published in National Geographic, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, The New York Times, and L.A. Times

He has two books about the Florida Keys.

A good source book is The Florida Keys: The Natural Wonders of an Island Paradise
by Jeff Ripple (Photographer), Bill Keogh (Photographer)


The book, The Natural Wonders of an Island Paradise by Bill Keogh

"The Florida Keys" addresses the origins, natural history, and ecological importance of the Keys in a manner that entertains and educates ... The photographs bring to us in startling color many images that we may have never seen." - Irene Hooper, Executive Director, SeaCamp/Newfound Harbor Marine Institute, Big Pine Key, Florida

Editorial Review : Library Journal

"Thoroughly researched and filled with outstanding photographs . . . recommended."

Book Description

Those who think of the Florida Keys as miles of sandy beaches have much to learn about our southern Florida archipelago.

Each year, about four million people visit the Florida Keys, a 150-mile chain of tropical islands known for its diving, seagrass beds, mysterious mangrove forests, lush hardwood hammocks, rocky pinelands, and both fresh and saltwater wetlands (but not miles of sandy beaches).

The Florida Keys explores the extraordinary beauty of this ecological treasure in stunning color...

 

 

 

 

 


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