Join park rangers, researchers and volunteers as they share their insights, passion and experiences. These videos show the diverse natural and cultural history of Everglades National Park from a variety of perspectives.
Learn more about this national treasure through these videos!
National Parks in the History Science: Island Biogeography
In May 2019, Simberloff returned to the same study site in Florida Bay for a National Park Service film highlighting his work. Learn how Simberloff climbed mangrove trees to inventory insects, how we can predict the number of species on islands if we know island size and distance from other areas, and how these findings provide a framework for conservation, management, and research in protected areas.
Everglades Mountains and Valleys
Everglades National Park is home to diverse and dynamic habitats. Small changes in elevation influence the difference between dry and wet habitats. Explore the Everglades 'Mountains' and 'Valleys' from a fresh perspective with expert guides along the way. This kid-friendly video series features seven main habitats within Everglades National Park.
The River of Fire
National Park Week 2012
Everglades Environmental Education: 40th Anniversary Celebration
Everglades Perspectives: Hydrology Technician
Student Becomes Ranger
Cape Sable Dams Project
Everglades Environmental Education: Slough Slog
Hole-in-the-Donut: Habitat Restoration Project
Everglades Invasives: Burmese Pythons and Beyond...
Pine Rocklands and Fire
Fire helps create the rich diversity and open understory in the pine rocklands. Explore a partnership between Everglades Fire Management and this globally imperiled ecosystem.
Wood Stork Shuffle
This endangered species intrigues many park visitors with its odd feeding habits. Watch this narrated slide show to learn more about the Wood Stork's feeding habits.
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Last updated: July 1, 2020