Bringing Everglades Awareness to a New Generation…
Everglades Foundation presentation features local student’s photography; Miami’s Community Newspaper
Source: Everglades Foundation presentation features local student’s photography
World Wetlands Day 2023: It is time for Wetland Restoration; Unesco
Source: World Wetlands Day 2023: It is time for Wetland Restoration
The Florida Everglades Are America’s Largest Subtropical Wilderness; Caroline Rogers; Southern Living
Everglades National Park is home to more than a million acres of natural wonders.
Source: The Florida Everglades Are America’s Largest Subtropical Wilderness
America’s Troubled World Heritage Site: the Everglades; Kevin Enochs; VoA
In the United States, the Everglades National Park has been on the U.N.’s ‘World Heritage in Danger’ list since 2010. UNESCO is meeting this week and is expected to keep the troubled wetland on that list, despite decades of restoration efforts. VOA’s Kevin Enochs reports.
Source: America’s Troubled World Heritage Site: the Everglades
The Ultimate Everglades National Park Travel Guide; Tony D’Souza; Outside
Here’s everything you need to know before you make a trip down to Everglades National Park.
Living on Earth: Everglades National Park, a “River of Grass”; Lizz Malloy; Living On Earth
Established as a national park in 1934 and a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979, Everglades National Park is much more than a mere swamp. Only an hour’s drive west from bustling Miami, the 1.5 million acres of the Everglades provides a place of sanctuary in nature for those looking for peace and quiet, as well as a front-row-seat view of wildlife from anhingas to alligators. Living on Earth’s Lizz Malloy went to check out the “River of Grass.”
Source: Living on Earth: Everglades National Park, a “River of Grass”
Snapshots of Life in the Everglades: A Gallery; DrFumblefinger; Travel Gumbo
Everglades: Our January National Park of the Month; Deb Hopewell; Smarter Travel
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, and Smarter Travel is honoring the centennial by featuring one great park perfect for every month.
Top ways to experience Florida’s Everglades; Helen Anne Travis; CNN
Florida isn’t all theme parks and towering beachside condos. Here’s how to explore its famed “river of grass”.