The Masked booby is one of the more common species found on the islands of Dry Tortugas National Park. While fewer than 50 species nest here, almost 300 species fly through here during migratory season. (National Park Service photo)
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Author: Bob Rountree Bob Rountree roams the state with his wife Kathy in their 25-foot Starcraft AR-One travel trailer, exploring Florida's back roads, hidden beaches and scenic parks with kayaks, beach toys and bicycles in tow. A retired journalist based in Deerfield Beach and living the good life, Bob is co-founder of FloridaRambler.com.
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