By Pat Foster-Turley
November 27, 2021

“Salt Marsh Wrack”  Photo courtesy of Pat Foster-Turley

Editor’s Note: Many of you know Pat Foster-Turley through her weekly nature articles, “Pat’s Wildways.”  Each week, Pat sends an assortment of photos to be included in her writing.  In Pat’s last article there were so many wonderful photos, I decided to give this photo special attention and post in our  “Amelia Island revealed . . .”  According to Pat, “Salt marsh wrack builds up after exceptional high tides and wind, like we’ve had lately.”  We thank Pat for her many contributions to the Fernandina Observer.

Pat Foster-Turley is a zoologist on Amelia Island.  She welcomes your nature questions and observations.  [email protected]

 

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Bill Bidsong
Bill Bidsong
1 month ago

Nice photo and explanation of the nature around us!

Pat F-T
Pat F-T
1 month ago
Reply to  Bill Bidsong

Thanks Bill, but the photo is not as great as yours are!

DAVID LOTT
DAVID LOTT
1 month ago

Always enjoy Pat’s photos and articles as they provide so much education about our natural resources and the challenges they face.

Pat F-T
Pat F-T
1 month ago
Reply to  DAVID LOTT

Thanks! And you’ve been reading my columns for more than a decade. Your comment means a lot to me.

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