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A rare Short-tailed Hawk soars above the Everglades in the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. These tropical hawks are found in Central and South America and Florida. Florida's population is roughly 500, dining on smaller birds that they capture by plunging upon them from above.

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The long-legged Black-necked Stilt takes advantage of the end of the dry season (Dec-May) and nests on exposed mud flats where their eggs are well camouflaged. As the rainy season kicks in, a nest of four Stilt eggs becomes buoyant, delicately floating in the shallow marshes of the Everglades. So...

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A Wood Stork stands surrounded by floating Water Hyacinth (non-native) plants. The long beak of North America's only native stork is used to probe shallow water and mud for fish, amphibians and small reptiles.

The sun sets over the Big Cypress National Preserve as an American Alligator heads off in search of dinner.

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Everglades Day Safari - full day tour

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Rainy season has arrived! Afternoon rainstorms have been filling the marshes and swamps with much needed rainwater - helping lush foliage grow in North America's only sub-tropical wilderness - The Everglades. On the Nature Walk - look for Pop Ash and Pond Apple trees decorated with strangler figs...

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The Little Blue Heron is often a solitary hunter, feeding on fish, frogs, crustaceans, rodents and other small animals. As juveniles, their plumage is white, allowing them to successfully forage alongside Snowy Egrets. Eventually they molt and gain their adult, blue and purple feathers and head o...

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There are few people that like mosquitoes, let alone love them, but this member of the Order of Odonata feasts on a variety of soft bodied insects including the buzzing bloodsuckers. The Golden-winged Skimmer is found as far north as Virginia and as far west as Texas. The big-eyed, wide-bodied, d...

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American Beautyberries (Callicarpa americana) are ripening in the Everglades. People can eat the sweet purple berries in small amounts and they are enjoyed by birds, deer and raccoons who help spread the seeds. Piles of scat (often on trails!) with the partially digested berries are the hallmark ...

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A beautiful 5-lined Skink rests on a moss-covered limb of a Strangler Fig - which itself is wrapped around a Bald Cypress. This diurnal lizard feeds on insects, primarily grasshoppers and is occasionally spotted on the nature walk during our tours.


Testimonials

2 months ago
Picked up right in front of our condo. From the start you knew that Marc knew what he was doing and where he planned on taking us. Even though there were only 3 of us he shared all that he knew with us as though we were one. He engaged each of us in all of the conversations. Did not bring his personal life in to the discussions. Always on time and did not rush anyone. We will be coming back in 3 years with our granddaughter for her graduation. You can have the Orlando and all of the commercialism. You can't beat a trip through or on the Everglades with Marc.
- RICHARD R
7 months ago
Wonderful day! Our tour guide Zack was informative and friendly. We saw so many birds, alligators and wonderful foliage and more with full interesting descriptions from Zack. It was a windy day and we couldn't go on the final boat ride and museum. But Zack handled it well with another impromptu air boat ride through the mangrove trees . Great lunch at an out of the way resteraunt on the water. Group was about 12. A nice size. We would love to do the trip again next time we're out this way! 5 stars!!
- Denis T
a week ago
Excellent day trip of everglades but hot where a hat
- Richard P

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