Linda Friar, National Park Service
This page is dedicated to the media - whether you write articles for newspapers, magazines, or television, produce stories for news shows or documentaries you should find these resources helpful.
We've done the research on the content and the images - so unless clearly indicated, all images are in the public domain (these are not copyrightable), and the content fact checked by park staff.
Please feel free to use this information and any photos or video available on this website and our flickr and youtube pages. We ask that you attribute the source of content or imagery as provided courtesy of - "National Park Service" or "Everglades National Park"
Below you'll find links to background information on the park, b-roll and images, and other useful information in writing about or capturing images of this National Park.
Further down there are links to additional information about the National Park Service in general.
Media interview or other questions regarding story content or images contact Public Affairs at 305-242-7714.
---------Everglades Press Kit-----------
----------National Park Service Newsroom----------
The National Park Service maintains a newsroom with background and images on this park and broader issues of managing national parks. Click here to be forwarded to that website.
Please contact the Public Affairs Officer at 305-242-7714 or via email, for updates or additional details. Everglades National Park's Public Affairs Officer mailing address: 40001 State Road 9336, Homestead, FL 33034.
Did You Know?
Over the course of thousands of years, the natural communities of South Florida have become well adapted to the devastating effects of seasonal hurricanes. In fact, such storms are considered an important element in the long-term health of the Everglades.