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Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area – #findyourpark

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This is one stunning area full of natural beauty between the arches, waterfalls and overlooks. It’s a great place to hike, camp and kayak on the river. My favorite viewing and hiking areas have been Yahoo Falls,  Twin Arches, Beaver Falls, East Rim Overlook, Devils Jump and Blue Heron Overlook.

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Big Cypress National Preserve #findyourpark

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To purchase a 5 x 7 print, message the photographer via the contact form or email to bettyshreffler@yahoo.com. Enter the photo ID you’d like to purchase in the message. Payment will be processed via Paypal.

Big Cypress National Preserve is home to many mammals including the alligator, Florida panther, Florida black bear, anhingas, egrets and herons. Good places for wildlife viewing are the visitor center boardwalks, a guided swamp walk or while enjoying an airboat tour.

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Everglades National Park #findyourpark

Respect their beauty, respect their habitat.

To purchase a 5 x 7 print, message the photographer via the contact form or email to bettyshreffler@yahoo.com. Enter the photo ID you’d like to purchase in the message. Payment will be processed via Paypal.

December to April, is the best time for wildlife viewing in Everglades. Weather conditions during the winter have lower water levels, causing wildlife to congregate at central water locations. Shark Valley, (the Anhinga Trail), and Eco Pond are good for viewing alligators, wading birds, and other freshwater wildlife. If you’re into canoeing, Snake Bight (near Flamingo) and Chokoloskee Bay (Gulf Coast) before low tide offers large numbers of water birds feeding in the shallows and on mud flats.