Submitted by Amy Wade
January 11, 2020
Editor’s Note: Amy Wade, founder of the non-profit Beach Junki which helps educate the public about plastic pollution washing up on our beaches, which harms our Sea Turtles and pollutes our environment, spends her early morning hours cleaning up the beaches at Fort Clinch.
An avid nature lover, with a gift for spotting wildlife, Amy was able to spot an early morning glimpse of two Red Shouldered Hawks on the Egans Creek Greenway.
To enjoy more of Amy’s photos and videos on Facebook, click here. We thank Amy for her contribution to the Fernandina Observer.