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Sunset Beach, Harvey Ceders, Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

I wish the warm weather would never end.

 

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“Wildwoods by the Sea” circa 1959 State of New Jersey Travelogue.

Neat video I came across. I vacation a bit up north to Long Beach Island.  No boardwalk there, just clean sand and crystal clear water.

 

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Dolphins wash up on Shores, Summer 2013; Total Dead In New Jersey up to 63.

This may be attributed to the Morbilli virus infections in aquatic mammals.

Last outbreak was in 1987, when 740 dolphins died.

Ex-dolphin trainer now looking into mass die-off,

Bob Schoelkopf stated,

It’s worst when you get a female come ashore and she’s lactating and you see the milk come out onto the stretcher. That means there’s a baby out there swimming around without a mother. That baby is going to become shark bait.”

No need to worry, the US government has everything under control.

Q#175:Why does the Government lie to us.?

Rhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqEV9HvYIicead more here: http://www.adn.com/2013/08/21/3035615/ex-dolphin-trainer-now-looking.html#storylink=cpy

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First Day of Summer 2013, Jersey Shore Style.

Photos below, Ship Bottom, Long Beach Island, New Jersey, Labor Day. 2012. I always go to the shore between 2pm-7pm.

I hope Sandy did not take my shore away.  I have not been there yet.

I will keep you posted.

Enjoy the tunes. I did.

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Hummingbirds, facing drought and food shortage during the summer months of 2012. With summer winding down, millions of migratory birds are on the move. But his year, things are a bit different, especially for tiny hummingbirds. Drought and climate change have shifted the landscape dramatically.

Lenore Hemingway is being especially careful to keep her 20 feeders filled with sugar water at her home in Sedona, Ariz. and replied,

“You make sure that they have all of the things they need. They have the sugar feeders, which they do rely on their migration. They have all of the flowers they love. It is a commitment, but the joy is getting to view them.”

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