Long Pine Key Campground Closed
Due to improvements to park roads and parking lots, the reopening of the Long Pine Key Campground will be delayed due to paving work. It will reopen mid-December. Those desiring to camp will be able to utilize the Flamingo Campground instead. More »
Learn More About Climate Change
For a PDF of the Everglades and climate change information you've just read, click here.
Can this tree help save the Everglades from rising seas? NPCA Magazine, Fall 2012.
Climate Change Impacts and Carbon in U.S. National Parks, Park Science, Winter 2011-12.
Potential Ecological Consequences of Climate Change in South Florida South Florida Natural Resources Center, 2009 (PDF, 2.9 MB)
Climate Change and South Florida's National Parks Fact Sheet South Florida Natural Resources Center, 2005 (PDF, 6.4 MB)
For educators who want Everglades climate change activity kits click here.
For a series of YouTube videos about the evidence of climate change from the National Academies click here.
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Did You Know?
Female alligators will vehemently protect their nests and their young until they reach one to two years of age. Keep your eyes out for baby alligators in the Everglades - they're about a foot long with yellow stripes.