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3098Bee Sampling at Fort Matanzas National Seashore, Florida

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  • Droege, Sam
    Dec 16, 2013

    Attached is a report that covers bees captured in 2012 on several occasions at 3 sites within the small, coastal habitat of Fort Matanzans National Seashore in St. Johns County, Florida.



    January finally drags into February and one fumbles with
    numb fingers at the ordinary knots and hooks of life. People
    are irritable, difficult. Some days you want to stay in bed
    with the covers over your head and dream of paradise. A
    place where the warm sea washes the white sand. There
    are a few palm trees on the higher ground, many brightly
    colored fish in the lagoon, waves breaking on the reef
    farther out. No one in sight. Occasionally an incredibly
    large, split-second shark darkens the clear water. Sea birds
    ride the wind currents, albatross, kittiwake, ... and pass
    on. Day after day, sea wind and perfect sky .... You make a
    big heap of driftwood on the beach.

    - Louis Jenkins

    Bees are Not Optional
    Ong là không bắt buộc