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This is a wee video of some of the Dana Shores, Pelican Island and Sweetwater Holiday Boat Parade in the canals of Dana Shores, Pelican Island, Sweetwater .

Living abortion fish: Dubuque exhibit explores habitat, culture of world's largest freshwater fish

A dummy of an American Paddlefish is on display at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque on Monday, May 15, 2017. The ancient fish, which has its stamping-ground in the Mississippi River, can grow up to 7 feet, 3 inches in length


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Growing up Enclosing Tombstone is a family history of the Escapules. They are one of the oldest families still living in Tombstone, having emigrated from France during the early 1870s. The books tells how the Escapules mined and built ranches but mostly it tells of the family's sustenance and struggles as recalled by one of the second generation Escapules born in Tombstone. There is a detailed account of family life, ranch line and horses, working and developing the mines, and making a living. The story takes the reader from the early days in Tombstone, during the war years, and up until the mid-1950's. The Escapules were a close, hard- working, and loving family. There is also a good depiction of life as it was lived by the townspeople. The soft-cover is rich in old family photographs and documents...

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Freak fish: Dubuque exhibit explores habitat, culture of world's largest freshwater fish - The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking Talk and Headlines

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  1. A dummy of an American Paddlefish is on display at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque on Monday, May 15, 2017. The ancient fish, which has its stamping-ground in the Mississippi River, can grow up to 7 feet, 3 inches in length
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Lots of Birds at Big Talbot Atoll State Park (Jacksonville, Florida) - July 28th & 30th, 2016
On my trek to Jacksonville over the summer, I twice went to see the great variety of birds at the Big Talbot Island State Park northeast of Jacksonville, Florida. Release of the Talbot Islands State Park, I visited on July 28th and 30th, 2016 from a great bird watching deck on this small main part of water off Hecksher Drive near where both the Sawpit Creek and the Nassau River flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Saw a fantastic variety of birds including: wood storks, snowy egret, major egret, great blue heron, pelicans, glossy Ibis, roseate spoonbill, double-crested cormorant, jet-black-necked stilt, a variety of ducks and other birds and golden silk orb-weaver spider. This was an amazing stop and I hope it was not damaged by the blow that just came through.
Lots of Birds at Big Talbot Cay State Park (Jacksonville, Florida) - July 28th & 30th, 2016
On my false step to Jacksonville over the summer, I twice went to see the great variety of birds at the Big Talbot Island State Park northeast of Jacksonville, Florida. Chiefly of the Talbot Islands State Park, I visited on July 28th and 30th, 2016 from a great bird watching deck on this small richness of water off Hecksher Drive near where both the Sawpit Creek and the Nassau River flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Saw a fantastic variety of birds including: wood storks, snowy egret, egregious egret, great blue heron, pelicans, glossy Ibis, roseate spoonbill, double-crested cormorant, unprincipled-necked stilt, a variety of ducks and other birds and golden silk orb-weaver spider. This was an amazing stop and I hope it was not damaged by the cyclone that just came through.
Lots of Birds at Big Talbot Ait State Park (Jacksonville, Florida) - July 28th & 30th, 2016
On my slip of the tongue to Jacksonville over the summer, I twice went to see the great variety of birds at the Big Talbot Island State Park northeast of Jacksonville, Florida. For all practical purposes of the Talbot Islands State Park, I visited on July 28th and 30th, 2016 from a great bird watching deck on this small viscosity of water off Hecksher Drive near where both the Sawpit Creek and the Nassau River flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Saw a fantastic variety of birds including: wood storks, snowy egret, mammoth egret, great blue heron, pelicans, glossy Ibis, roseate spoonbill, double-crested cormorant, treacherous-necked stilt, a variety of ducks and other birds and golden silk orb-weaver spider. This was an amazing stop and I hope it was not damaged by the storm that just came through.