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    Everglades

    National Park Florida

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Everglades National Park has a Fan Page on Facebook. Join us in sharing you own experiences in the Everglades. We will keep you updated on the latest events, engage you in interesting tidbits from all areas of the park and clear up any tall-tales that may be floating around!

 

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Looking for a picture of Everglades National Park for school projects, your own publication or just to see the latest and classic images of the park? Check out our flickr page. These pictures in public domain can be downloaded and used freely, just be sure to credit the appropriate photographer and the National Park Service. Images will be added and updated frequently, so check often and feel free to comment on the images as well.

 

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Follow @EvergladesNPS on Twitter and get the latest updates on programs and events, breaking news on the park and what's new.

 

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Rediscover the Everglades in videos featuring the active wildlife and tranquil landscapes of the park. Check out our YouTube page.

 

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Everglades National Park staff share their experiences, day-to-day life in the park, and information about their field of expertise. Read about these stories in our blogs.

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Did You Know?

Wood Stork

A pair of endangered wood storks need about 440 pounds of fish during a breeding season to feed themselves and their young. Everglades National Park serves as an important nursery ground for raising their chicks.