HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Winter is dry season in Everglades National Park, when the great “River of Grass” dries down to its roots, and animals flock to deeper water in the sloughs.
On Taylor Slough (pronounced “slew”), photographers of all skill levels find spectacular opportunities along the Anhinga Trail, so named for the birds that nest within whispering distance of boardwalk hikers. Read more
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