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    Everglades

    National Park Florida

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Flamingo Flooding during Hurricane Katrina

Flamingo experienced serious damages during Hurricanes of 2005.  The Park is currently working toward replacing overnight accommodations lost and sorely missed by visitors.

Everglades National Park is able to accept donations directly, or through its friends group the South Florida National Parks Trust. Public support is an essential element in the management, preservation, and restoration of National Park Service lands. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors.

Donations may be dedicated to enhancing your favorite park programs including (but not limited to):

Interpretation (ranger guided programs)Environmental education
Visitor services
Safety (e.g. SAR - search and rescue)
Research
Natural resource management and protection
Cultural resource preservation and management

Donations can be made by check or money order, payable to "National Park Service" and sent to :

"National Park Service" Park Superintendent
Everglades National Park
40001 State Road 9336,Homestead, FL 33034-6733

 
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You can also donate to the park's friends group.

South Florida National Park Trust

This group supports many park activities and outreach efforts.

We thank you for your past support and look forward to future partnerships.

Did You Know?

Tree Snail

Over fifty-nine color varieties of the Liguus Tree Snail have been seen in and around the Everglades ecosystem. They graze on the algae and lichen that grows on smooth-barked trees. During the dry winter months, they are usually sealed to these trees to conserve moisture.