Wakodahatchee Wetlands Video

Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach Fla., was constructed on 50 acres of unused utility land. Each day about two million gallons of highly treated wastewater is pumped into the wetlands which is home to over 150 species of birds and other aquatic fauna.

About Marty Luster

I'm Marty Luster, a retired attorney and politician. In 2010 my wife, mother-in-law, dog and I relocated from Central NY to Gloucester. I hope my photographs and poetry(?) reflect my love for this place and her people. My picture-poem posts can be seen at http://matchedpairs.wordpress.com and selected black and white images can be found at http://slicesoflifeimages.wordpress.com
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6 Responses to Wakodahatchee Wetlands Video

  1. So incredible.. Thank you for sharing…

  2. Patti Amaral says:

    I have an article about this concept, I think it is fantastic and would love to see it utilized here in glosta.

  3. merle says:

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful video. I have been to this wetland and photographed it too This video captured it perfectly.

  4. In Florida, Sanibel Island is another wonderful place to go birding. This “developed” wetland concept creates a wonderful experience ~ for the birder and bird and photographer!

  5. Dave Moore says:

    “We are the children of our landscape; it dictates behavior and even thought in the measure to which we are responsible to it.” – Lawrence George Durell (Justine 1957.pt. 1) :-)

  6. Kim Smith says:

    Very interesting to learn of this Marty. Thank you, and love the bird footage, too.

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