Natural defense…


Sea Oats Grass (Uniola paniculata) are valued for their tenacious ability to survive and even thrive in harsh coastal settings. This sparrow relishes the “oats”. Environmentalists appreciate its natural capability to hold the sand in place, effectively combatting salty winds’ erosion attempts.

Sea Oats Grass, copyright 2014 Pamela Breitberg

Sea Oats Grass, copyright 2014 Pamela Breitberg

Lauderdale by the Sea's Anglin Pier with Sea Oats Grass in foreground. Notice the sparrow enjoying a meal. copyright 2014 Pamela Breitberg

Lauderdale by the Sea’s Anglin Pier with Sea Oats Grass in foreground. Notice the sparrow enjoying a meal. copyright 2014 Pamela Breitberg

 

For more information check out: http://plants.usda.gov/factsheet/pdf/fs_unpa.pdf

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