Flagler Beach, FL – The Flagler Beach Historical Museum is pleased to announce that award-winning wildlife photographer, and contributor to the Flagler Beach Historical Museum’s new Turtle Wall, Ursula Dubrick, recently visited the museum.

“It’s just such an honor to have my photography shared in a museum for visitors to enjoy,” said Ursula. “Capturing an image of a sea turtle making the arduous journey back to the ocean after spending hours laying her eggs, is something few people see, yet can connect with in a photograph,” Ursula added. The Turtle Wall includes photos and facts about Leatherback, Loggerhead and Green Sea Turtles.

Ursula Dubrick’s photography has appeared in “National Wildlife”, “Florida Wildlife”, “Nature Photographer Magazine”, “Space Coast Living Magazine”, as well as numerous calendars and publications.  National Geographic features a number of her images in their stock photography collection. Ursula’s career has taken her to Africa, India, and Canada. In the United States she has been to Alaska, Minnesota, Tennessee, Wyoming, and many other states in pursuit of images of the native wildlife there.

The Museum’s new Turtle Wall can be viewed in person Monday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at 207 S. Central Avenue in Flagler Beach. The Museum can be reached at 386-517-2025, or online at https://www.facebook.com/flaglerbeachhistoricalmuseum, or flaglerbeachmuseum.org.

Those interested in viewing Ursula’s photography are welcome to visit www.udubrickphotos.com.

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Featured Photo: Ursula Dubrick at Flagler Beach Historical Museum