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Nature Calls
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February 27, 2021


2/17/2021 2:14:00 PM
The Friends of Stump Pass announce new literature
“A Tale of a Tern,” written by Lundeberg.
“A Tale of a Tern,” written by Lundeberg.



The Friends of Stump Pass (FOSP) announces the creation of new materials to support the FOSP Bird Stewarding Program and other outreach activities. “A Tale of a Tern” and “Quick Guide to Species Identification” were developed by FOSP board members Mary Lundeberg and Carol McCoy with financial support provided through a Coastal and Heartland National Estuary Program (CHNEP) conservation grant. FOSP thanks the CHNEP for its generous support in making this project possible. “A Tale of a Tern,” written by Lundeberg, tells the story of a Least Tern family, its migration to Stump Pass Beach State Park and some of the threats encountered. The story is illustrated and enhanced by Lundeberg’s photographs. Copies are available at no charge, while supplies last, at the Englewood Florida Chamber of Commerce, 601 S Indiana Avenue. “Quick Guide to Species Identification,” co-written by Lundeberg and McCoy, will be used by volunteer bird stewards to help identify birds at the state park and to provide information to park visitors about them. If you would like to volunteer for the Bird Steward Program, please contact: FOSPBirdStewarding@gmail.com. Training for the 2021 bird season will be held via Zoom sometime in early March. The Friends of Stump Pass Beach State Park (FOSP) is a division of Barrier Island Parks Society, Inc. (BIPS), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and an official Citizens Support Organization for the state of Florida. For the latest information, please follow FOSP on Facebook, facebook.com/friendsofStumpPass.





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