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Arbor Day on EglinArbor Day on Eglin
Arbor Day on Eglin

Col. Dave Maharrey, 96th Civil Engineer Group commander, and Maclin Williams, 796th Civil Engineer Squadron grounds supervisor, plant a live oak tree near the All Vets War Memorial on Eglin, Apr. 29. Arbor Day is a nationally-celebrated observance that encourages tree planting and care. Founded by J. Sterling Morton in 1872, it's celebrated on the last Friday in April. (Air Force photo/Mike Spaits)
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Posted: 4/29/2011

Natural ceilingNatural ceiling
Natural ceiling

Kayakers pass underneath the tree canopy that encloses portions of Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Natural ceiling


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Into the lightInto the light
Into the light

Angel McCurdy passes underneath a bridge while drifting down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin reservation April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Into the light


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Posted: 4/25/2011

BaskingBasking
Basking

A freshwater turtle suns itself on the bank of Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin reservation April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Basking


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Connected kayaksConnected kayaks
Connected kayaks

A line of eight kayakers drift down Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Connected kayaks


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Enjoying the dayEnjoying the day
Enjoying the day

Angel McCurdy “checks her six” as she paddles down Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Enjoying the day


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Water gliderWater glider
Water glider

A water moccasin glides into the water as the kayak tour passes by April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Water glider


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Posted: 4/25/2011

A driftA drift
A drift

Elisa Rowland admires the tree canopy the surrounds Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
A drift


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Meat eaterMeat eater
Meat eater

The carnivorous plant Sundew waits for insects on a log along Turkey Creek April 21. The Sundew has sticky droplets on its branches that secure the insect to it. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Meat eater


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Tour guidanceTour guidance
Tour guidance

Amanda Briant, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron, keeps the kayakers together during their tour down Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Tour guidance


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Where to look?Where to look?
Where to look?

Mark Westerlund, 96th Force Support Squadron, checks out the scenario as he paddles down Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. The kayaks were donated by Eglin's Outdoor Recreation for each day of the trip. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
Where to look?


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Posted: 4/25/2011

Moccasin out of waterMoccasin out of water
Moccasin out of water

A juvenile water moccasin rests on a tree branch above Turkey Creek April 21. The second annual kayak tour, part of four days of trips, took 10 people down Turkey Creek deep within the Eglin range. The scenic tour showed off Eglin’s unique wild and plant life. The tour closed out Eglin’s week-long Earth Day celebration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 4/25/2011

    

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